I was going to wait until I had a picture of the Café Bastille to post before I wrote anything, but that’s not going to happen for a while. Besides, Nealie asked for an update, and how can you say no to someone whose e-mail address is “WhatsHerToes”? I am not dead. I had a […]
Archive for January, 2005
Well, I figured out why I was so violently ill today. Among the other wonderful drugs I take, I swallow a tablet of Wellbutrin each day. It’s the only antidepressant I’ve tried that really agreed with me. I started on it just after Thanksgiving. I take a 300 milligram dose. Up ’til now, I’ve been […]
My day so far: woke up three hours earlier than normal put on nice outfit for lunch date drove 100 miles got to work, became nauseated (food poisoning?) puked so hard I ruptured blood vessels all over my face cleaned up seriously thought about borrowing makeup went to lunch date got stood up by lunch […]
Ah, I feel good. I joined a couple of guys from work and we went on a nice leisurely 10-mile bike ride. As much as I complain about the lack of real winter in Texas, I really enjoyed today. It was about 68°, sunny, and hardly any wind. Just beautiful. I rode in a short-sleeved […]
Blogging features: *create new posts *allow comments on posts *upload images *designate categories for posts *ban irresponsible users I don’t think I really need a templating engine. I barely use the one that comes with MT as it is. But if I need one, there are dozens available.
I was actually kind of happy when I discovered the chart-line bug in Visiknit the other day. It’s a sign that the code needs my attention, and that’s prompted me to start playing with it again. Kind of like when a puppy comes up and whines at you to pet him. In a very sick, […]
There’s the beginning. It’s done in Rowan Magpie – 100% New Wool. Anyone know what “New Wool” is?
I’ve finally started my next Aran. This one will be done using the Café Bastille Cables pattern from the Fall 2003 Interweave Knits magazine. I’m making it for Thomas the Triathlete. It should knit up really quick, since it uses fairly bulky yarn and size 11 needles. I started it on New Year’s Eve and […]
(This post was originally authored on December 22nd.) My Indian name is now “Leads Burros Through the Woods in the Dark.” The temperature has dropped precipitously today, going from the mid-50s to 30. I am so glad I’ve got plenty of knit goods on hand to keep myself warm now. And yes, I know, I’m […]