Archive for January, 2004



Cakeless

Published on 30 January 2004

Today’s been full of rebellious acts. I skipped the company meeting, hiding when people around me left to go to it and returning to my desk to work in peace. (I mean, was it really critical that I clap for the 84 people in Research and Sales who won awards? I think not.) And I […]


Idle hands are the devil’s plaything

Published on 29 January 2004

Last night, I finished my first knitting-in-the-round project — the multicolored hat mentioned below. It’s topped with an I-cord (my first) and looks fantastic, though it would probably fit a 3-year-old. I think I’m going to try felting it tonight or this weekend so that it’ll fit a newborn. (Assuming it doesn’t look like crap, […]


That not-so-fresh feeling

Published on 28 January 2004

So. It’s been, what a couple of months? How’ve you been? I know, I look like hell — work and stress have taken their toll. Not to mention this dry winter air.
I started a new project Monday night. It was originally going to be just a practice knitting-in-the-round dealie, but now I think I might […]