Nov 28, 2006


With relief - in the past 2 weeks, many things have happened that have caused me to drop my shoulders, breathe out and say "Phew! Thank God." And left me with the giddy anticipation of what's next!

My best friend has married the best guy:

Photo slideshow here

I have a new job! I have accepted an offer with a company in New Jersey, and in the way of all things cosmically wonderful, I'll be working with My Kelli again! It would have been hard for any other company to compete with that really.

I'm still knitting away, and since the thermostat in the house is hovering near 68 (that's subzero in Florida), I'm often wearing no less than 3 of my own handknits at once.
Recently I made a wonderfully snug Malabrigo hat (I'm in love with these colors), and a nearly done pair of socks for my NEW nephew (Diallo Linder, born Nov 24th to my SIL).

I've missed you all out here, but the time is short before I'm back to the grind (and hopefully a more regular blogging schedule - such a good release from the corporate commotion, you know?). For the next 2 weeks, I'll be working a little on some side gigs, and lovin on my loved ones.

Job details sometime soon - maybe after my first couple of weeks in December, when I'm sure I'll have some interesting co-worker stories to share.

Waving at you from here!! (With my fingerless gloves pulled on tight!)

Nov 13, 2006

Who Am I to Argue?

What Kind of Knitter Are You?

You appear to be a Knitting Guru. You love knitting and do it all the time. While finishing a piece is the plan, you still love the process, and can't imagine a day going by without giving some time to your yarn. Packing for vacation involves leaving ample space for the stash and supplies. It can be hard to tell where the yarn ends and you begin.
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Though that doesn't look much like me, I'm quite flattered at that outcome from the list of questions. I was expecting something more along the lines of "obsessed Knitter" with recommendations for cutting up of credit cards and small fiber-less rooms. This is much better.

I've missed you, of course. I find that not writing regularly does make me feel that something pretty significant is missing. That feeling has only lasted for nanoseconds at a time though because as soon as the blogging space opened up in my Daily Craze I call a life, 14 other things slide right in to fill the void. The job hunt is looking up, up, up - literally. I was in VA for a face-to-face on Friday, and I'm heading to NJ in 2 days to do Le Song and Le Dance for another company. I won't bore you (or myself) with the details of each, but suffice to say that I feel ultra blessed to even have more than 1 person considering rescuing me from unemployment. Shame they'll have to compete with the fact that I'd actually rather spend all the time I'm not with the girls in a yarn store. Hmph...Next life maybe.
Many, many thanks to those of you who have sent me good luck wishes and prayers and just thoughts of general concern, I'm so grateful.

What have you been up to? I'm doing my best to make the blog rounds. I'm sure I'm missing some probably great news and new things and wonderful happenings. But even if I am, may they continue and even double until I get around to sending a "Woo hoo!" your way.

MWAH - more as time allows! This weekend is my birthday and my best friend's wedding - what greater gift could I request? Pictures soon I promise.

Ta ta!