Thursday, February 15, 2007


We got a card from my parents today. It was our valentine. They bought us a sheep. I laughed when I opened the envelope and saw this sheep looking at me. I know it's not THE sheep they bought us, but I am going to pretend it is.

Thank you for our sheep. I think I am going to name her Delia. I just hope she brings the family who gets her as much joy as she does me.

In other news, I am working. I'm working on designs for a local artist's business cards and other tags for her jewelry. I am meeting with Denise on Monday. I have one design done but wanted to have at least two for her to look at to make sure I am going down the path she was thinking. All the while, London is Calling!

My friend (the one who hasn't ever knit a sweater in her life either and who is traveling down this road with me) told me to start if I felt like it. Her life was busy and she wasn't sure when (other than knit night next week) when she'd have time. I cast on, and that is it. I don't know why I didn't continue on and knit the first bit. Nerves? Awe? Compete and utter fear? Yeah, I'm guessing that last one.

Assuming I get anything done for Denise tonight, I may just force myself to start knitting on it. I suppose I could use the excuse of not getting the other two projects (well the two that are for other people) done is what is holding me back, but that would be lying.


Ginny said...


Hey my friend.....don't be afraid of it - just pick up the needles and go forth. Seeing how well you've done with everything else - it will be a piece of cake for you! And, depending on the pattern, its usually just a matter of making the individual parts and putting them together.


bronxbt said...

I always knew you were full of sheep... giggle

that was baaaa-d, sorry.


Jack K. said...

Glad you liked the sheep. We thought you would get a kick out of it.

As for the sweater, get to work. Let your passion to knit control you for this. It will overcome you trepidation.