I had fun posting to my blog from the Rockies game yesterday, using my iPhone, but it's much easier with a laptop. Still, technology sure has changed things. I know it's made me a better knitter, and it's made me want to knit MORE. What it hasn't done is given me extra hours in the day. Somebody needs to work on that.
The socks I took to the game are coming along nicely, but I'm having to knit faster so I don't run out of yarn. That's how it works, right? RIGHT?!?!? I seriously do not want to hunt down another skein of this yarn, although I would certainly have a use for the leftovers. I just want this pair done and off the needles. Can you say sock-burnout? But who am I kidding. I will always knit socks, as long as I can find
victims recipients for them.
There's also one day left in my NaBloPoMo. It's been challenging at times, and I've pretty much ignored the "green" theme (unlike some bloggers), but I'm still glad I did it. I can think of a few blogs I used to enjoy reading but they slowly stopped posting. I'd hate to bug them--who knows the circumstances--but I can't help wondering if something happened or if they just lost interest or what. How would you gracefully end a blog? I don't foresee that being a problem here for a long time. But you never know. Life can be short; enter the giveaway while you still have time. How's that for a segue?
Giving a shout-out to The Daily Fiber. Girl, you quilt like nobody's business! Thank you a gazillion.