Tuesday, June 15, 2010

One of the secrets of a happy life is continuous small treats. (Iris Murdoch)



I have decided that I have gone completely around the bend. The nice men in white might as well come along and fit me for one of those snazzy jackets with the arms wrapped around the back. It would go really well with the little treat bag I've suddenly started wearing on my belt loop.

By the way, if you have a bag of treats snapped on your waistband, it isn't a good idea to sit in the middle of a group of puppies with your knitting bag. I wanted a picture for the Great Gold Coast KIP Hunt. (Remember, I told you about it Saturday.) One of the locations on the hunt list is "school." Originally I had figured that I would just take a picture at work. But since tonight was Puppy School, I had the brilliant idea to knit there for the Hunt. Just in case anyone else thinks that this is a good idea, let me point out a couple of things:

  • Puppies like bamboo dpns better than metal dpns. They like them enough to steal them out of your purse. Apparently bamboo dpns make really nice little chew toys.
  • A ball of yarn is almost as much fun as a tennis ball.
  • When playing keep-away with several puppies, a ball of yarn is not a good keep-away object. The yarn tangles everyone up, and it isn't a pretty sight.
  • Owners of puppies tend to be very excitable. Especially when a game of yarn-ball-keep-away is initiated.
  • A sock project bag is easily confused with a treat bag. And that confusion is lessened only after all of the puppies have had several chances to taste the sock to be sure it isn't hiding a treat.
  • It helps to have a sense of humor when puppies are nibbling on your hand-knit colorwork socks.

1 comment:

俊偉 said...

你不能決定生命的長度,但你可以控制它的寬度................................................................