This is pretty interesting. I didn't add my blog, because I'm not looking for non-real life readers. But it's kinda cool to find other bloggers around the island! However, most of these seem to be written in 2003, then stopped. So who knows.
Last night Shawn and I went to see Rabbit Holes, a Pulitzer Prize winning play, put on by third year grad students at the Tisch School at NYU. FREAKING AWESOME. I was sobbing during the first half it was so good... Man, there's a big difference between undergrad plays (OSU and UMD) and this. WOW. And imagine...we can go see Broadway plays, and off-Broadway plays (the only difference is the number of seats in the theater)... Now to find the money and time to lavish such entertainment on ourselves. The NYU play was only $12 each - less than a night time movie! And SO MUCH BETTER.
Wedding stuff is coming together. I have much, much more to do. But it's coming. We ordered the paper for the invitations, so I can get started on those this weekend maybe. I have about half the decorations bought, and I need to nail down what shipments have made it to Oklahoma and what's still in transit.
I "officially" became a NY'er yesterday when I went to change my driver's license. I am sure the picture is going to be a doozie. The "License XPress" really was fast - I was in and out in about 30 minutes (of course I stood in line before it opened for another 20 or so, but it was all good)... Such an adult.
Thanks for your interest in silvermari crochet hats . Most of what I make are sized for infants and toddlers, although I can size up and dow...
Having just survived a big road trip with a 25-month-old I thought I'd share a couple successes for keeping her entertained. It was by n...
OMG. I screwed up and missed November 13!
Red Heart acrylic yarn "hot pink" and "spring green" I made this hat as a riff on the pumpkin baby hat crochet patt...