Been Awhile

Wow it has been sometime since I have written something.

So here we go.

I am so happy with the response that has come from my forum topic about dish clothes. It has produced some interesting conversation and some links to great sites that have many patterns on them..

The only down fall to this is that my wife feels that now I am spending as much time with her as I should, but hey I can't help it I love to knit and it is hard to set the needles down once I start knitting. 

Well I am off to go for a bike ride with my wife, we both finally each have a bike to ride.

Later

Michael 

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Get a tandem & sit on the

Get a tandem & sit on the back & you can knit! 

Knit away, knit away

Michael wrote:>"The only

Michael wrote:

>"The only down fall to this is that my wife feels that now I am spending as much time >with her as I should, but hey I can't help it I love to knit . . . . . . " yadda yadda yadda.

Ok, Mike.  What, exactly, is yer problem here?  The little woman is happy, yer happy, God is in Her heaven and all is right with the World.   I'm not getting this . . .  You, obviously, must start knitting  A W A Y  from home.  You need to go on long "fishing" weekends up in the Tetons and turn sock heels to your heart's content.  If she's unhappy about you spending as much time with her as you should, it's you're D U T Y  as a Man to correct this delimma. 

I'm thinking a trek out to Ft. Collins, Colorado for a wee weekend at Lambspun.  They'll buck you up and send you back with a hairier chest than you'd ever imagine!  OooRaw!

~Mike in Tampa (where women NEVER feel that their knitting husbands spend enough time with them . . . But this is the state that awarded us Anita Bryant . . .)  Embarassed

 

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