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Wednesday, July 14, 2004

Ok, Ok...

I know I was supposed to get pics out today, but I was so tired last night I went to bed around 8!! Jeremy is going to North Carolina tonight, so it is me and Yoda. I'll try to get some picks of her and the knitting...

So this is what I am thinking--Since I am married and near that age that people start having kids (though I would like to wait a bit longer), I think I am going to start knitting for the unborn children. Some of the baby things are so cute, and I would be afraid that I would be so busy with the baby that I wouldn't get anything made. This way I can choose classic, non-gender specific items and make them now--free of time constraints, and then put the clothes away for when I have the baby. Is this weird? Am I too organized with my life?

On another note, Sandy found some yarn that I covet!!! It is Knit One, Crochet Too's Richesse et soie. It is 65% cashmere 35% silk...does that not sound like heaven? She is making Glorious Gloves, which I think just may need to make as well. I have been wanting to play around with cashmere, and this stuff is around $15/ball--much less than other types and brands. I think I would want to make a pretty cabled hat and scarf to match....ahhhh I won't be able to wait for winter!!


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