Friday, June 08, 2007

Warning! Geek Content Ahead

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Eye candy! Laura Secord chocolates I happily scarfed down minutes after this photo was taken.

While I've been away, I've been eagerly etsy-purchasing, food-making, workshop-taking and canary-feeding. Certainly not knitting. Or crocheting. Or even quilting.
As I hang my head in shame, I have to admit that my time has been spent instead in honing the great skills of procrastination. I have a large knitting project that should be done. Hasn't even got anywhere near a needle yet.

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Pretty little lilacs - now quite dead.

So, apparently lack of progress is news. And now for my geek content:


Oh, Mythbusters. Why are you so entertaining? There was a thread started on craftster not too long ago about knitting myths, but it got pulled since it's applicability to the actual purpose of the board was deemed tenuous at best. And so, for my (very few) readers, and all those of you who visit and don't comment (I know you do, my friends. I have a hit counter):
Hear any good myths? Knitting or otherwise?

< / end geek content >

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And here is what I should be doing.


Anonymous said...

Haha, love it! Long live the geek content! :) The candy pictures are torture by the way. ;P Let's go fabric shopping again soon!

Teresa said...

Oh, the fabric. Here's another unnecessary window into my private life: "playing with fabric" is, word for word, on my to do list today. LONG LIVE THE GEEK QUEEN!

Unknown said...

Knitting myths, eh? (OMG I love Mythbusters!)

"Regular hair shampoo/conditioner gives the same results as expensive wool wash conditioner." I dunno if that's a real myth, but it's something I'd like to see. And then, they can try other household items like dishwashing detergent!

Teresa said...

Hmm, that is a good one. I think I need to investigate. Be a buster of myths myself.
(I have a crush on Adam. Big time).