Monday, July 31, 2006

Not so much a post, - more like a sticky note

And sticky is the word. Hot, hot, horrible and hot. I want air conditioning....

Thanks for all the great compliments, on here and by email, on the strapless top. I have to say it's one of my favourites too! Lixie, you should be able to get the yarn at any online store that carries Elle Yarns - I'm not up-to-date on LYS stockists. Mail me if you have problems.

Two really annoying things happened this week. I missed yet another Knitting and Crochet Guild meeting - I'm used to being kept indoors when it's cold, but it seems a bit unfair that I now can't get out when it's too hot, either :)

The other was my surpassing of my previous record-holding piece of clumsiness, ie giving myself a paper-cut on the peel-off backing of a Band-Aid. This time, I broke my tooth. On ice cream.

Stop laughing, it hurts :)

To be more specific, it was Ben & Jerry's Phish Food, and it was a fish-shaped piece of chocolate surrounded by ice cream, but the point remains.

Sometimes I wonder how I manage to breathe and walk at the same time :)

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

We missed you too, Heather. Forgot to mention in my email that your aran pillar was much admired. Sorry about the tooth! As one who can't eat chocolate, can I say 'serve you right'? No, didn't think so.
Love,
Vicki

Wibbo said...

Commiserations on the broken tooth, but Phish Food is really yummy. So much so that I can't have it in the house as I'll eat a tub all in one go. Moderation? Me? Nah...not where yarn or food are concerned ;-)

Serena said...

Bad luck with your tooth; I hope it isn't too long before you can get it fixed. I remember my dentist telling me that a surprising number of people break their teeth on apparently safe objects. My mother once broke on on a jelly teddy!

Mary Anne said...

Heather,
so sorry about that tooth. I can commiserate with you, I broke a tooth on a soft oatmeal cookie - and yes, it does hurt.
I hope the weather eases so you can get out and about again.
Take care.