Friday, June 08, 2007

In which I (almost) panic

It's been a week and we still can't find the camera. This is pretty typical for me; I lose stuff ALL THE TIME and I'm usually zen about it: if you love it, set it free and it will come back to you. I once found a gold ring in the dryer that I'd lost two years previously.

That said, I don't have any idea where the camera could be hiding.

This really stinks, because not only did I have some good knitting pictures on it that hadn't yet been downloaded, I also had some shots of the TRIPLET fawns that have been visiting us in the mornings, as well as a golden hummingbird who stopped by to take a bath in our sprinkler the other evening.

The two-tone shrug is progressing well; I've reached row 10 of the ribbing (of 24-ish rows). And I LOVE LOVE LOVE my KP options needles with a burning love not matched since John Campbell in ninth grade (and I cruised the hallways for hours just to catch a glimpse of his hot curly head). I love being able to trade and try and switch and swatch and keep them all in their cute little organized binder. Those KnitPicksers have really got it going on; just what I'd expect for a business based in my home state (Go Washington!).

1 comment:

Cathy-Cate said...

Oh, I know exactly what you're saying about the camera. Usually things show up -- eventually -- often in some bag that I then recall taking to some event. But I have to tell you, my camera has never re-appeared after a trip last summer. I finally had to buy a new one last month. But I still feel it will show up sometime!

I'm in MS3 too -- a new kind of adventure for me -- looking forward to it!