Tuesday, September 27, 2005


Pants not so much on fire

I finished my ChicKnits Ribby Shell! It had its first official outing last week.

It took only 5 skeins of Takhi's Cotton Classic (about 550 yards), and I made it in a Small. The shell fits really nicely--no pattern modifications, no fussing around. The instructions were simple and clear. Lovely!

Here's me and the Cupcakes family tomato plant. We're getting set for a big fall harvest of grape tomatoes. I think the (relatively) cooler weather makes the plants happy.

In other news, yesterday I went to yoga and I WAS THE ONLY PERSON WHO ATTENDED. The instructor is great, but there is nowhere to hide in a class of one. The humiliation that is my Balancing Half Moon pose was right there for all to see. Of course, "all" was just one person. We did some partner stretches that would are probably best performed in a small, small class. Or with your loved ones.

Those tomatoes look delicious...better look out for the rabbits (aka warlick-burrow family)

BTW, can you provide some graphical representation of the one-on-one class?
You and your Ribby are G-O-R-G-E-O-U-S!!!

WOWIE Wowie WOW! What a wonderful job!
the ribby shell looks great!!!!
Balancing half moon... Let's hear it for small, "intimate" classes!
Gorgeous job on the ribby! And as for the yoga class, it must have been intimidating and fun at the same time. Reminds me of going to a club meeting once. A club meeting of... one. LOL!

- MJ
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