I have been completing projects for other people since the new year. More specifically for Other People's Kids. Other people's cute little girls.
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I shake my fist at all those MALE lawmakers who fail to see the relationship between a 100 watt bulb and a future cook.
And I shake my fist at my Cousin L for not warning me about the damn toy. (Well I did when it happened back in December)
So we donned our winter coats and boots to search for a 100 watt light bulb. While it snowed outside. On a cold winter day. And I had no cash on me. And my tank was 1/4 full.
Once we had the oven assembled with the correct parts, we made several cookie cakes. I was so exhausted from their fighting and baking cakes, that I let them eat their sweets on my bedspread. I was finding crumbs for days. But at least she has the memory of the first time.
I am a wonderful person.
A few weeks ago, Facebook suggested that I stalk some of my sister's old photo albums. I happened upon the album titled "Easter." I obliged FB's command and clicked. How could I ignore it?
I was shocked,
To see my two year old niece using a
How could she permit this to not only happen but to commemorate it in a FB album.
A shopping bag
The tumbleweeds of the Urban city.
She laughed at me and suggested that I send her a basket for this year.
I did more than that.
I used a technique called "rag crochet." I cut 2.5 inch strips of nursery patterned fabric, joined the strips, and then crocheted the longer strips with a large sized hook.
She loves it. I hear that she had already filled it "full of crap."
Now that I have done three good deeds for three little girls, I am making a shawl to wear at work.
No matter the season, the office has the chill. I would rather avoid a space heater under my desk. I am making the