I think I lost a day

I went home from work last night, read a little Tim Sandlin, and fell asleep until this morning. I knew I had a cold, but wow. I think the last time I slept for 14 hours was the year I was on the homecoming committe, cheerleading, and my birthday all landed on the same day. That next day I slept for 16 hours.

AAAnd, I still have a cold. Tough breaks, eh?

On the upside, I did get a postcard in the mail that said that the TKGA got my submission and they would be mailing it to the evaluator shortly. I was reading the Masterknitter yahoo group list, and apparently the organizational company that runs the master knitter deal have been getting more lax about submissions. They let one of the best evaluators go. While that means that my swatches have a better chance of making it through, I’m disappointed that I’m not doing the hardest thing ever. Ah well.

I also agreed to go with Kat to a Joanna Newsome concert Wednesday, but then forgot that Wed. is kick-ass/take-names volleyball night. And, I emailed the previous owner of my cat (a much more pithy version of the open letter to her) and she said her husband might not let her take the cat back.

So all in all, it’s been a rough couple of days. Except for the knitting. The knitting is on track.

  1. I cannot BELIEVE you are turning down an opportunity to see J. Newsom. She is my girlfriend! My true-to-life-we-haven’t-announced-publicly-muff-diving-woman-companion-friend.

    Tsk. What the shit?

  2. I know, I know! I have to admit, I’m not much of a “show” person. I mean, you know how loud harps are.

  3. hahaha! Oh, those loud harps. Even ear plugs can’t withstand those suckas.

    And yes, Allison, I tried to convince her, but Sonya wouldn’t have it. We even arm-wrestled. I need to start working on my upper-body. I think I pulled a muscle.

    Sonya, I love ya and I’ll tell you how the show went! Hang in there, my friend.

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