Sunday, November 11, 2007

Welcome to the WABAC Machine!

I lurk on Norma’s blog, and through her post there today, I found this KitKatKnit post. I have nothing else to say today, so I thought that it would be fun to pretend I’m in Frostbite Falls and hop in the WABAC Machine with Mr. Peabody and Sherman. (Is it weird that I find it hysterical that Mr. Peabody had a pet human? No? OK!)

And for the record, The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show was still airing first-run during the first two years of my life, but I certainly remember watching the show in syndication as a schmoo. We definitely had a TV with rabbit ears and an antenna on the roof. This makes me eligible for the contest according to KitKatKnit’s rules.

So what’s the answer to what I was working on a year ago?

Well, for starters, I was doing a lot more quilting. I took a Bearly Stitchin’ class for the Lone Star Tree Skirt and stayed for Finish a Project that Friday and worked on Pumkinstein. Neither one of those projects have seen the light of day since that time. So you’ll just have to go back and check out the post.

Knitting-wise, Uh … Well … Uh ... I was working on the first sleeve of the purple V-neck (Yep. The same one that just got its first armpit seam on Thursday). And I was working on my Countess sweater. Which is still waiting to be seamed/finished. I suck.

I was also working on my first-ever pair of socks, which I actually wore yesterday! Hey! I do finish some things! Especially if they don’t require seaming!

Work today was a little more dramatic than necessary, but good. Nothing else exciting is happening in my life. I’m pretty boring.

Thanks for spending time in the DPUTiger WABAC Machine! I'd best go get some snackage so I'm fed in time for The Amazing Race. Back later tonight with that blog fodder!

1 comment:

SJ said...

I couldn't bring myself to watch more than a few minutes of the game. Every time I watched towards the beginning, they screwed up. Somehow it was easier to watch "The Silence of the Lambs" than the Steelers!