Monday, April 12, 2010
Apologies in advance for more excessive than usual coherence issues. I’m suffering from tangled brain, after a weekend-headache doozy. Not that things should prove much different from the usual witterings around here. A while back, a friend took me to one side and threatened to put one of my posts through an official readability test-thingy. To prove a point. I have little doubt that made-up wordage, dubious punctuation and excessive bracketing and hyphenation, dictates a sure-fire, resounding fail. Faffing on about tangled skirt embroidery is unlikely to help today’s case.
Aforementioned, completed, tangled embroidery – pretending to be wool – because at time of sewing I felt like knitting, except now after enjoying the stitching so much, I really like it and maybe, possibly, I have some sewing mojo back after all. (Nuffin’ wrong with that sentence).
It has also been brought to my attention, that the Mr doesn’t think there is anything wrong with see-through skirt (and so therefore failed to mention until questioned). The eldest saved my school-drop off dignity (and hers) with wide-eyed alarm. I can report that I am now wearing skirt, complete with lined, retrofitted decency.
In other sewing mojo news, the eldest has three gnome hats to take to class. ‘H’ for Hundred, ‘T’ for Thousands, ‘O’ for Ones. Gnome hat themed maths lessons. Obviously.
Before I forget, the Middle kid also perfected his ‘eye roll’ over the weekend. It took two entire weeks of school holiday practise.