(I am going to try this method to see if I can beat the yardage of my secret project to the finish.)
PS–> Yarn Harlot books are great to read, but they make crap mouse pads.
I just got back from the trip to Madison and (except for a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad thing that happened right after the Harlot finished her talk–we shall not speak of it here) I had a thoroughly enjoyable time. Stephanie is as funny and engaging in person as she is in her books, and I’m so glad I got to meet her.
Here she is, holding my SIP, rubbing it up against the traveling sock. Awesome.
Oh my gosh, people. I have so much I want to blog about. I want to tell you how the sidewalk sale at the yarn shop went. I would love to show you the purchases I made and the huge undertaking I am planning. Wouldn’t it be fun to see the sumptuous yarns they were selling for 50% off, laying there on the tables, literally glowing in the sun? I have still the photos on my digital camera.
Let’s not forget the comments. People have been leaving comments and I haven’t been able to respond. Blogger doesn’t make it easy to just reply, as you may already know, so I was planning to do one of those “let’s answer the comments” posts.
Then there’s some haikus to share and some interview questions to answer and at least a dozen other things to post about, but you know what? All I can think about is that today, I am going to see the Harlot in Madison.
…too busy getting ready to schlep up to Madison with my children to see the Yarn Harlot tomorrow.