Sunday, April 03, 2005

Vogue Knitting

I bought the Spring/Summer issue of Vogue Knitting today. I love it. It has several things in it I would love to knit. I wish there was more time in a day and wish I knitted faster than I do! Vogue can be kind of hit and miss to me, sometimes their stuff is a little to 'runway' out there for me. This issue is a good one and is worth the money. I hate it when you buy a magazine for knitting or otherwise and it has only one good thing you like in it. I try to thumb through them first at the store and only buy if it has at least 3 things that interest me in it.

We had a good weekend around here. Yesterday was the usual Saturday gig, I worked, but I skipped the long run, my legs are still feeling heavy from the race last weekend. It took a lot out of me, but I am started to feel like I have more energy now. Just in time for daylight savings time to screw up my internal clock. Am I the only one that wishes they would just leave the clock alone? It goofs me up for a week or two and mucks with the kids too.

We took the kids to the park today. Debbles took some great pictures of the kids while we were there. I will post them for you later. I could not figure out how to post them from my email and I don't have the patience to play with it right now. I will also be posting another picture of my sweater again soon. The collar is just about finished and then all I have is the lower part of the body of the sweater and it is on to finish that Wrongo. Poor Wrongo still does not have enough hands and feet, he is also missing a head. I can't very well give Sebastian a headless monkey can I? I need to get Chongo on the needles for Peg Leg too. There is just so much good stuff to knit up where do I start???

I feel like I am brain is feeling sluggish. My brain is an hour ahead of my body, can a chiropractic adjustment help me with this problem? I think it is time to knit and relax. Good Night!


Norma said...

No, you're not the only one -- I wish they'd just leave the clock alone, too! DST sucks.

Keeefer said...

I played badminton and soccer this weekend....i ache in muscles that id swear were somebody elses if they didnt hurt me so much.
Giving kids headless toys is probably classed as an act of cruelty but marginally better than giving them headless pets

Shannon said...

I agree with you about Vogue Knitting. A lot of times they're way to runway. I'm not into DST either. I don't know why they keep doing it. There are a couple of states here that don't do it anymore. I wish California was one of them.

Wudas said...

I personally love DLS and wish they'd leave us on it all year. I have subscribed to four different knitting magazines and I think Vogue is the best. They all print all this funky stuff with ten zillion colors and ruffles and bobbles...yuck! I have years and years of back issues and the designs are still great!

apl said...

Yeah, I think the head and hand on Wrongo are the most important. We don't want Sea Bass freaking out on us. That and finishing your sweater are first priorities, Chongo can come whenever God intends, just like all babies. Of course you do realize you are God in this scenario right?

Kelly O said...

God to Chongo and Wrongo, I never dreamed!

Keeefer, you need to head on over to todays post for an adjustment with my mother. Portable table no waiting. Shannon, maybe you should get adjusted while I have the table out too.