Merry Christmas

OKknitguy's picture

Man, I've attended 5 church services in the past 24 hours. Mass yesterday at 0800, methodist church at 0930, methodist candlelight yesterday evening, midnite mass from 1130-0130 this am, and methodist church this am at 1000. i'm a practicing Metholic or Cathodist, however you want to look at it. Got awesome knit things this year. The tracy Ullman book which looks great. I've always loved her. Also a book called "The Museum of Kitschy Stitches" with the most horrible things ever knitted from patterns or magazine from like the 60's. It looks absolutely hilarious. My next love to knitting is gnomes! I have like 12 of them at the office on my bookcase. Well, I got a little talking gnome and then a little gnome on like a piece of artificial turf and you can put picures behind him and it makes him look like he's at these places like the Eiffel Tower etc. Its hilarious. My patron saint is Bernadette, and I got a Our Lady of Lourdes medallion and a "Song of Bernadette" movie. Then to top it off, a new leather recliner, in which i'm now reclining as I type this blog, as a new knit chair since my dogs seem to have claimed my old knitting chair as their own! I'd say this was about the best Christmas ever. I wish you all the best. xoxoxo

Robert

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knittenninja's picture

how bizarre. as i read this

how bizarre. as i read this at work i looked down at my little gnome on his piece of artificial turf and thought that it's about time to change his background...

yarnivore's picture

Hey, Robert. My Aunt Louise

Hey, Robert.

My Aunt Louise taught me to knit using the indestructible atomic yarn of the '60s and '70s - in those horrible colors and probably used those patterns.

I love the Jennifer Jones film, even if it's not completely accurate. [::sigh::] "The spring is not for me..."

Jeffrey