Whine, whine, whine

PeterMark's picture

Here's my dilemma: I have made so much chocolate fudge, so much peanut butter fudge, and so much divinity in the past few days, it's no wonder I haven't gotten any knitting done. I hate that.

'Tis the season I suppose, but how the heck am I going to get gifts made if I can't quit making candy and eating myself too sick to knit?

It's a tough life, but someone has to live it I guess.



RareSteek's picture

Yes but after you eat

Yes but after you eat everything you have made, you have the pleasure of knitting all new clothes to fit the new you. :-)

MMario's picture

yup - you are just going to

yup - you are just going to have to stop work. Sleep is much more important.

ps - should you happen to make Penuche - *drool* then cut out the sleeping too.

MMario - ambiguity is cultivated, it doesn't happen in a vacuum!

BuduR's picture

Peter, have you cut out

Peter, have you cut out sleep and work yet? I found out that I freed up TONS of time when I got rid of those two hobbies!

PeterMark's picture

I cut out sleep about 4 kids

I cut out sleep about 4 kids ago . . . goes with the territory. As far as sharing all these goodies with you all, that's a great idea except for all the people that will be staying at my house over Christmas: the immediate family (see profile), my parents in law and their son and his girlfriend. Nobody wants to stay in a hotel, so I'm going to be hiding out with the knitting somewhere else.


potterdc's picture

No no - send it to

No no - send it to ME!!!!


Jonathan in DC

Think less, enjoy it more.

albert's picture

Bad boy! For your

Bad boy! For your punishment, box up all that distracting candy and send it to me.