Saturday, December 24, 2005


I finished my purple fabri-knit purse. I got really bored at grandmas and had too. I'll post a picture as soon as possible. I realized that constant I-cording is boring.

In other news:
My house was robbed and we lost Christmas. Damn grinches who stole Christmas!

Monday, December 19, 2005


Kirk: Conquest is easy.
Control is hard.
-"Mirror, Mirror" Stardate unknown

When in trouble or in doubt,
run in circles, scream and shout.

"First, let me make it very clear, poor people aren't necessarily
killers. Just because you happen to be not rich doesn't mean you're
willing to kill."

George W. Bush
May 19, 2003
Washington, D.C.

Amy: "Way to go, Professor, the plan worked."
Mom: "Plan? What plan? I thought this was a spontaneous whirlwind of hot dry

Listen, you big, stupid space-creature. Nobody, but nobody, eats the

-- Homer Simpson
Treehouse of Horror

Lisa: Dad, I think that's pretty spurious.

Homer: Well, thank you, honey.

-- Homer Simpson
Homer vs. Lisa and the 8th Commandment

Everybody has something to conceal.

Stewie Griffin: Damn you, vile woman, you've impeded my work since the day I
escaped your wretched womb.

Just squeeze your rage into a bitter little ball and release it at an
appropriate time. Like that day I hit that referee with a whiskey
bottle. 'Member that?

-- Homer Simpson
Whacking Day

Holy Moly! The bastard's rich!

-- Homer Simpson
Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?

A few hours grace before the madness begins again.

"Nuclear war would really set back cable."
-- Ted Turner

Stewie Griffin: Oh, I hate it when your mother worries. She usually says things
like "I told you so" and "Stop doing that, I'm asleep."

"... Magna Carter ..."

George W. Bush
circa May 30, 2001
Standing before giant redwood trees in California, the president stated that
the trees were there when the "Magna Carter" was signed.

I guess Bart's not to blame. He's lucky, too, because it's spanking
season, and I got a hankering for some spankering!

-- Homer Simpson
Two Dozen and One Greyhounds

Peter Griffin: If I'm a child, you know what that makes you? A child molester,
and I'll be damned if I stand here and get lectured by pervert.

Oh, wow! Look at the moon!

Saturday, December 17, 2005

My Eyes!

I have been concentrating on reading some fluffy bunny articles. I just hope that I never sounded like that years ago. I've been working on my website. I learned how to do image maps. Go me. After I had it up on the page and everything, I realized, I should've did that last because I'll be adding more too it. I'll figure it all out later. David keeps harassing me about using Blender. I just opened it and I don't understand it! Sure, 3-D models are cool but only if you can use them! Maybe I'll do a complete site overall...*thinks*....hmm...and this version won't suck as bad.

I finished another I-cord today. At this rate, I won't have it done till Febuary! *screams* Although, I saw some hairfalls that cost $50, so I am saving money! Another Saturaday not attending the Stitch 'N Bitch cause of David. I wanted to go and he didn't.

David is snoring.

Thursday, December 15, 2005


This week has been draining. Oh, so draining. I skipped school once this week and overslept another day. I rarely do my work in psy. and sociology. I need sleep to function and I ain't funtioning right now. I feel bad that David suffers beside me because he can't sleep without me near. I think I need to I-cord my hair falls a little longer. I'll do an experimental hair fall the first half of grandmas or something. I'll figure it out. I could just do different lengths and see what I get. Night. Night to bed I go....

Tuesday, December 13, 2005

Christmas, 4-H and Speeches

First, what I am getting everyone for Christmas.
Virginia: Hot pink Yarn ball with needles, Tips
Charlie: Green Yarn ball with needles, Tips
Emily: A Yarn ball with needles, Tips
Desha: Purple Yarn ball with needles, Tips
Heather O.: A neon purple/neon green Yarn ball, Knit.1(for that knitted corset that I hope she'll love), Tips
For everyone else who does not knit(how sad for them!):
A cookie tin with Brikkle and a card:
Heather O.
Brian(or is Brain?)
Rodrigo(is that spelled right?)
That is everyone!
I'll of course have brikkle and cards for the people who get gifts. I need to send cards to: Ms. Carver, the 9 state officers, the 4-H Teen council, Cathy, Abby, Mirissa, Lisa A. from District, my teachers, Helen and Grace, my delegation leader, Mrs. Zabilka for trying so hard to get me into French I and Spanish III, And I cannot think of anyone else.

Today, I had my speech run-off. There were only three rooms. Why is public speaking such a fear? I find it ridiculous. I wouldn't be a state officer if it wasn't for 4-H public speaking skills. Virginia said I was barely making my seven minute limit. She was signalling me like crazy so I would know. Of course, I didn't see it. What was my speech about? Knitting. I only practiced it once. I just used things I read about over and over again(because I love to reread the begining of knitting books while I knit). Jan Carman was in the room to watch her kids give their fab-tab-u-lous speeches. Afterworlds, I was to wear something knitted in my hair(since I like to wear ties in my hair), practice, and relax. Maybe I should knit during my speech! That wouldn't flow well. While I was filling out my regional papers, Jan Carman asked if I could help her with the class. I was so happy she asked. That makes everything better. Mom was happy, too.

I have two Lindor chocolates left.

Monday, December 12, 2005

4-H and Knitting

Last November, I talked to Cathy about starting a knitting club or project that I could lead. Cathy said talk to her about it when the begining of the year starts. Virginia finally finished her scarf. In the Jess. Co. 4-H, there is a family that rules. That family is the Carmans. Anna Carman asks if I made Virginia's scarf. She of course explained it was hers. Well, Anna said how she was thinking of starting a knitting club. Virginia told her Cathy was saying I could start one. Well, you see, Anna didn't even know what stitches made garter. I read alot of knitting books from all across the world and no place calls garter something different. *looks around* On Saturday, I got a letter about the 4-H Knitting Project lead by Jan Carman. I felt hurt and betrayed. Yet another award goes to the Carmans. Ugh is all I have to say. Today I teach Virginia how to seed stitch.

What I Want for Christmas, Santa

Dear Santa,

I've been very good this year. I would like the following for Christmas.
  • Swift
  • Yarn and ooddles of it. I need some in bulky size to make this half sweater and some more Wool of the Andes.
  • Double pointed needles--any size will do!
  • Circulars, especially size 8 16" inches. I love hats in a round.
  • Pattern Loop-D-Loop.
  • Pattern-A-Day Calender
  • Drop spindle
  • Straight needles(you can't have too many when you loose and bend them like me)
  • That strip cutter thing that Sara Beth was a talking about.
  • Fabric glue
  • Will power to finish some projects.

Hair Falls

I love my hair. I believe it is a canvas. I rememeber tying ribbon togther and sticking it into my hair. It was a nine year olds fevered imagination that seems to predate my sudden intreast in hair falls. I think the encouraging thing that makes me go, 'hairfalls now!' is the fact I cannot dye my hair. Yes, at first seeing my natural hair color seemed, it doesn't. Maybe it is after Cathy said I am not blonde. Maybe it is the lack of art in my life or how everyone is dying their hair. I'm sorry, but I was one of the few who dyed hair in this school since 9th grade. I was "Blue's Clues" and now, lots of people are colored up. Maybe it is just the inclination of goth and punk being chic. I don't know what it is. Maybe I pathed their way to being dyed.
Now, I am getting pretty antsy to dye my hair. Those silly pictures of me in purple, red, and blue did it! Argh! Well, on, they have a cool group of girls who do crafts. They love hair falls. I've seen them on a girl at Rocky Horror. So, studying them, I realize what I am going to do. I am going to I-cord me some hairfalls, then felt them. It will cover my horrible I-cordiness. I hope it works and a great way to dig into my wool yarn stash. Yay. Then, I shall be cool. I have one done so far. In lets say it was two hours of work? Maybe I can have them done by January. I could have them knitted by Christmas but felted who knows when?