I'm tempted to draw an excruciatingly long bow and henceforth see knitting as a longing for spears and macho war mongering.But then again, perhaps it goes with the fabulous nelly things that amuse us and which you are oft able to excel and outshine us at.Maybe it represents the inner conservative in you; it is a fantastic counterpoint (is that harder than petit point?) to our "days of yore"Those golden olden days in the very early 90's when you would do urban retail outreach at Miranda Fair and such like and see what faaabulous outfits could be had on faaaabulous specialty plastic - was it a Sportsgirl card, or something even more fantastic like Suusan?The less frivolous, and richer spirited Andrew prefers to produce than to consume; and at the same time can keep us amazed with his creativity.as christmasas a jamboreeas TheOtherAndrewXXX
How fabulous. "It's not gay, Cary Grant totally knitted." ...For Randolph Scott.
oh that Cary, always hamming it up!
sweetie-I've been out all week, so this is my first chance to congratulate you on your new job. Yay.Enjoy your quiet weekend and good luck finishing up the dildo cover. Oh, wait, was that supposed to be a secret?
Balls andBalls of yarn
See that photo of Cary trying to knit... that's about what I end up looking like the couple of times I've attempted it... I just CAN'T get it! And is it just me or does it look like the men from General Electric are knitting some cute little rifle covers?
Post a Comment