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Monday, February 14, 2011


Over the weekend I passed the halfway point of Pettine. When I felt like I was getting close, I started weighing the yarn after every repeat and at one point, I even put in a lifeline, just in case I didn't have enough yarn for another repeat. I was able to work 19 repeats before hitting the halfway point in the yarn, and now I'm decreasing back to the other end. This is a great pattern and I'm still totally in love with this yarn (so soft and drapy).

In other news from this weekend, Caleb had to make and decorate a box for his Valentines for the class party today. He and Mickael worked together on it since they have similar feelings about Valentines Day. (Mickael is convinced it's a made up holiday for jewelry and candy marketing and thinks that if he ignores it, it will go away. Caleb agrees with Mickael and also finds it offensive because girls like it and it involves pink.) How did they decorate the box? They made an incinerator. The outside was all black and they lined it with pictures of hot lava. So you put your Valentine in the incinerator with all the hot lava. Caleb tells me it won't melt any candy, only the actual Valentines - he has his priorities.

Happy Valentines Day!

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Blogger Mindy said...

The valentine box is hilarious. I seem to recall not too long ago that he kept all his valentines and showed them to me. I believe he kept them in his bedside table. :)

12:21 PM  
Blogger Tiny Tyrant said...

Oh my gosh that's funny. And he has his priorities straight. Save the candy, burn the cards.

4:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Grandmom and Bib Daddy would like to see that box! LOL

1:08 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That was supposed to be BIG Daddy!

1:09 AM  

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