Friday, June 08, 2007

Where did the week go?

How the heck is it Friday already? I've been home a week, but it feels like I just got back yesterday. I feel like I'm living in some sort of crazy alternative time-warping universe.

And why is it that I woke bolt-upright at 5:30 this morning with no hope of ever going back to sleep, even though I've been exhausted all week?

And why does the cat insist on licking the corner of my elbow while I'm typing? Why do I have so many questions?

It's good to be home, but I can't quite get my head back together. I'm hoping the weekend will help. Bill is working from home now that he has started his new job and hasn't found office space yet, so that's throwing me off, too.

Tonight, I'm off to see the Harlot with Katrina, Donna, Amanda (who is giving us a first glimpse at her brand-new one!) & Chris. Powell's booked her at the big store tonight (unlike last year's extremely crowded gathering at the smaller "home & garden" branch), but we're still going to get there early, just to be safe. If you see me there, be sure to say hi! I'm the one who looks like she hasn't slept in a week because she can't stop thinking about this yarn. Yum!

5 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow!! You certainly are hob-knobbing with all the big names in Knitting these days. That must mean that I will be able to say "I was Chrissy's SP all those rounds ago... I knew her when...."
Have fun - although from the look of the Harlot's blog, you may be mistaken for her, as she sounds to be in the same shape you are.
Take Care and enjoy!!

Your Knitting Fairy

9:31 AM  
Blogger Sharon Hurlbut said...

Chrissy, I've enjoyed following your latest adventures. I was in line in front of you at last fall's Harlot event, though I doubt you'll remember me. I can't make it tonight (bummer!), so I'm counting on you for all the details.

By the way, I've given you the Thinking Blogger Award. You can find out more about it on my blog: sharonfieldnotes.blogspot.com

11:42 AM  
Blogger Yarnhog said...

Oh, yeah, thanks. I needed a new yarn to covet. The 10,000 pounds in the guest room closet wasn't enough.

12:51 PM  
Blogger Nancy G. said...

I saw the Yarn Harlot last night in Petaluma! It was a big crowd with standing room only, but I luckily got a seat from someone who had an extra ticket! Stepahnie was great, as usual, and I've been on a knitting high ever since. Have fun!!

5:03 PM  
Blogger Yarnhog said...

YOU MADE HARLOT'S BLOG! You really did! Go see! Go see now! There's a picture and everything!

9:58 PM  

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