Vicki at Knitorious said that in the bathroom at her LYS someone had written
For a good time call 1-877-SOS-KNIT.
I called yesterday afternoon... and spent a great deal of time snickering at my desk. Heh heh... That woman is a genius. A genius, I say!
Who needs the Butterball helpline during the holidays? It's not the turkey I'm worried about at Christmas, it's whether or not I've managed to knit all the gifts. (Besides, I think I might already know the secret of the turkey - It's all in the rub and the basting. Do both liberally.)
I will be asking friends and family alike to call this helpline so that they understand what is going on with me from the beginning of October to December 25 (and perhaps, after that as well).
For more of a good time, please visit our new site for Stitch and Bitch in HRM. (Martha - I've got to talk to you about this! Don't let me forget.)
Moe and I thought it would be a great way to advertise for SnB groups in the area, to organize our gatherings, and perhaps to inform others of exciting things in the yarn world. 'cause we all know that yarn is exciting, right? Right.
Last topic for discussion, does anyone know a good way to cure insomnia? I haven't been able to get to sleep at night lately. I think it is the lack of cycling this last couple of weeks. I've had a few courses to go to and other things going on (like buckets of rain falling from the sky) and today is the first day since, um, last Thursday that I've biked to work. I think I just need to start reading in bed again. That usually helps. Maybe a cup of Chamomile tea.
Uncle K? My bike is still messed up. Do you think if I put the grip shift on 7 and then tightened the cable that I would be doing the right thing? It's very loose, so when I shift it up to 1, it's only moving the chain to the 4th, uh, thingy-dingy. What the heck is that called - a sprocket?