About the MobWell, really it's a mob of one, but you get the idea. I'm just me, in Hotlanta, but through me there are many others (yes, we are numerous), and we have teh pointy sticks (fear them), and besides that, we make pretty things. Mostly.
All Them Thangs
Monthly Archives: April 2009
I am having difficulty concentrating at the moment. I keep thinking about these: [is from here] Yep, sheep. I love the wooly, lanolin-scented things. Why? Because sheep = yarn. And I love yarn. I love it best in cashmere, but … Continue reading
I had been thinking in the car this morning and realized that all the break-ins have had a common thread: Maglite flashlights. Allow me to back up and explain. A couple of years ago, like an idiot I left a … Continue reading
Oh, my. I was so obsessed with this series. I am so not at the moment. Cheeseburgers make everything better. Awwwww.
I am in such a bad mood today (an unexplained one at that). I’ll spare you all listening to me until later when I’m not so grumpy. (But I did get a picture, and I’ll post it when I scan … Continue reading
That I end up feeling more exhausted after a weekend off work than I do after a week at work? Wait… don’t answer that. It is because I do things like I did this weekend. Firstly, you know those weddings … Continue reading
Moved on to new verbs! Hooray! I can conjugate them both politely and casually, and also super-politely. So not only can I talk about things in the present, I can also talk about talking about them (oooh – meta). Such … Continue reading
Firstly, Sari Shop has made me decidedly non-rich. However, I will have two new and lovely saris to play with, so this is not such a bad thing. These are they: The second is a 9-yard sari, for learning the … Continue reading
Wooo! 20! I feel like I have accomplished something today! (Note to self – brainstorm accomplishment for tomorrow) I knit, because it can be really beautiful: [The creator of the awesomeness says: “This is a small prototype of what I’ll … Continue reading
I recently read an article in the Wall Street Journal about e-books and how they will change the way the world (or more immediately, America) reads and discusses books, and I realized something about myself. I hate the idea of … Continue reading