Muttering on a Sunday.

  1. Rabbit :: Hop.
  2. Judged :: American Idol.
  3. Produce :: Lettuce.
  4. Bank :: Money.
  5. Standard :: Normal.
  6. Mister :: In-Between.
  7. Tissue :: Kleenex.
  8. Summon :: Court.
  9. Selfishly :: Mine!
  10. Chatting :: Online.

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Last weekend Younger Son got into cleaning my kitchen. (Be still, my heart!) When he got to the stove, he decided I needed new burner pans and rings; not only did he decide that, he went onto Amazon and bought me some.

Stove panI still can't figure out why he thought I needed new ones.

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He is currently at the NAB show in Las Vegas, as I mentioned in an earlier post. He sent some photos from his first day.

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Airport? Conference center? Hotel on The Strip? Doesn't matter — palms and sun and 60˚!

 

Interior
Pre-show.

 

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Where to start? (Not YS in photo.)

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In other fabulously fascinating news, I watched The Avengers yesterday. Having seen numerous references to Tom Hiddleston, Loki, and Thor on the 'net, I decided I wanted needed to know what it was all about.

Actually, I lie. I watched the first hour, got interrupted, and decided I didn't need to watch the rest. I know who Loki and Thor are and what Asgard is now.

Edited to add: Looks like I watched that movie just in time. Or I wouldn't have understood this.

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In knitting news, I am up to the armholes on the back of Fairfield and nearly to the armhole shaping on the sleeves.

Sleeves!
As usual, red yarn is impossible to capture accurately.

There is a faint possibility that I may knit my way straight through this sweater, which would be a first for me. I always get distracted by smaller projects — scarves, mittens, hats, what-have-you. Let's keep our fingers crossed

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0 Responses to Muttering on a Sunday.

  1. Kym says:

    Keep knitting! It’s project-fidelity that gits’r’dun! (Those palm trees looks so . . . wonderful.) (And, yeah. It was time for new burner pans.)

  2. gayle says:

    Can’t imagine why he thought you needed new burner pans. Still plenty of places you can’t see through on the old ones…

  3. Melissa says:

    Every once in a while project monogamy is nice.

  4. =Tamar says:

    New burner pans are a wonderful small luxury.

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