My apologies for any of the...you know...tens of you who wait on the edge of your seats, wondering what I am going to do next. Here's my story in a nutshell: after leaving Midway Airport practically in tears last week, I realize that for the next month or so, I don't have enough time to do everything I need to do. I am not even sure I can crack the 75% mark on that list, at least in my head.
So...anyone that knows me would know what's coming next...I made a list. Heaven forbid I make it a week without getting reorganized:
1. Write scathing letter to person's boss
2. Call utility companies
3. Finish two shop samples
4: Start Agnes' gift
5. Verify Primerica got my fax
6. Wire money to B of A for cashier's check withdrawl
7. Format coupon
That, up there...that's about a third of the list, and I have until Friday for most of it.
In the meantime, I'm watching Penny outside, just chilling with the bone fragment she stole from Bluto. And that stubby little fat-f()(k is currently leaping around the backyard, trying to catch flies in his mouth. My dogs are nothing if not totally gifted.
Anyway, the good news is that Examiner.com has opened up the field a bit, and I can now write ANYTHING I WANT about knitting for my column. It doesn't have to be Chicago-focused! So because I'm busy doing other things right now, my columns (with their permission) may, in fact, be more generally- or nationally focused while I try to put all of my pieces together. So please do share this blog with others and send me more suggestions as to what knitters (and non-knitters, I suppose as well) would like to read. I get a fair amount of suggestions to my gmail account, but any way any how is fine with me!
If you look for me the rest of the week, I'll either be on a mad cleaning frenzy with one hand and on a phone in the other while knitting with my feet, or the feet and hands will be opposite and I'll have a phone between my toes. Next time I come out to the backyard to blog, I'll bring my camera so you can all see how big of a goof Bluto really is for chasing down flies with his mouth.