November 08, 2008


I haven't put any crafting up in a while because, well, I haven't made anything blogworthy. I have spent most of my time crocheting wheelchair afghans for the VA hospital. But, what the hey, I thought I'd put a photo up.


I also have been working on a Primavera sock since I left for San Antonio. It will travel with me to Seattle this coming weekend for the next SpouseBUZZ live. (Which totally snuck up on me. Yesterday AWTM said, "See you next weekend," and I had no idea what she was talking about.)

Tomorrow I am hosting a Yarn Event at our Michaels, where we make blocks for Warm Up America. I have made several blocks in the past few weeks. Hopefully we'll have good turnout.

Posted by Sarah at November 8, 2008 05:45 PM | TrackBack

Comrade Sarah,

You are always in search of "common ground," and we on the Left also seek it, even with the likes of you. We support all those who make peOple's crafts. The letters "PC" are almost as beautiful as "BHO."

We prOgressives admire your willingness to work for nothing. It is a shame that other Omericans still insist on being paid and that we had to remove the word "require" from Our plan for universal voluntary service.

In the spirit of bipartisanship and cOmprOmise, we only have two suggestions for you.

First, correct the spelling of "Warm Up Omerica."

Second, use this pattern.

We will see you in Seattlegrad. The peOple's eyes are everywhere!

Posted by: kevin at November 8, 2008 06:28 PM

Oh man! I read this without actually comprehending it! (I got distracted somehow, but I can't remember . . . Probably something to do with a crying baby who won't nap.)

I saw the pretty afghans, but DID NOT see the fact that you're coming to the SpouseBUZZ event! Why did I doubt? :)

We'll be there (my husband and I)! I'm so looking forward to it!!! :D

Posted by: Deltasierra at November 8, 2008 08:27 PM

I'll be there, too. Looking forward to it. :)

Posted by: Leofwende at November 9, 2008 01:48 PM

Dang! If I had read this earlier, I would have gone!

Posted by: Green at November 10, 2008 02:12 AM