OK. That’s taken care of. Did I end that sentence with a preposition? Sorry. I worked with a woman many years ago who could rattle off prepositions in alphabetical order at will. Her third grade teacher made her memorize them and she never forgot. It was something to do when work was slow or boring or for whatever other reason you could come with. Oops. I did it again.
Query. Why is oops in my spell check, but not blog?
I don’t think that I mentioned MD Sheep & Wool. I got there Saturday morning around 8:15. I went to the women’s room, bought nasturtiums and took them back to he car. They hold them for you, but I was afraid that I would have too much to carry or I would forget them. Besides, it wasn’t far at all to my van. It pays to come early. It sprinkled in the afternoon, but not enough to warrant rain gear. I didn’t buy much, but I probably mentioned that I have enough yarn to last a lifetime. Maybe when I think I’m going to kick over, I’ll have a contest with the winner getting all my yarn and related paraphernalia.
I found some pink and gray sock yarn to go with my poncho, but lately I have been thinking about taking it apart and making it into a sweater. I never wear the stupid poncho, but the yarn is so nice that it deserves something better. I also have some pink and gray skeins in other yarns, so I’m good. I was supposed to make a scarf with them, but I never did.