Monday, September 14, 2009

Warning: This Post May Not Make Much Sense.

I'm only warning you because right now I'm in the middle of making up time at work. See, even though pharmacists are salaried, they keep track of hours missed, so basically we are only salaried when it is to the company's advantage. I really can't complain, though, because I'm making up time from my surgery back in June, it's just that I'm tired and prone to rambling and blithering. So if I stop making sense at some point, you know where that is coming from.

Anyway, DragonCon. We were in the parade and were surprised how well the chariot held up.


We had a great time being in the parade and saw Nell and Haley in the crowd. At the end of the line we were greeted by the Seed and Feed Marching Abominable, and I couldn't help dancing. The rest of the day we wandered around, taking in all the wonderful costumes, and being stopped for photos of John. I had changed out of my dress for comfort's sake, and was happily staying out of the frame all day.

Meanwhile, the backyard is taking off:

Mushrooms magically appeared overnight, spectacularly sprinkled throughout the back yard. These are pretty big, and I just love them.

In knitting news, I have lost my mind. I am double knitting. Do not ask me why I suddenly got hit with this particular bug in the midst of pulling all these makeup shifts at work. My relaxation activity now officially hurts my brain. But I am catching on.


Details coming soon. For now I'm heading back to work. Have a great day!

4 comments:

Jane said...

We have tons of mushrooms, too, but I haven't found any as pretty as yours. You both look great in your finery, too. Wish I could have come to the parade this year. Of course, your knitting is fabulous as usual!

kmkat said...

1. Love the costumes!
B. Great chicken's-eye view of the mushrooms!
iii. That is some seriously gorgeous double knitting. What will it be when it grows up?

Kim said...

So pretty! (You and your knitting!) :-)

Pat said...

Very cool dress up!!
and that double knitting scarf is going to be amazing!