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I will be working on Mr. Abomidable ( ) for my son!
Toggle Commented Jan 12, 2011 on 1.11.11 - A Contest at Simply Socks Yarn Co. Blog
I knit with variegated sock yarns mostly. Occasionally solid or semi-solid, but almost always hand-painted. I love color and pick yarn first, too!
Toggle Commented Dec 21, 2010 on 8th Day of Sock Yarn at Simply Socks Yarn Co. Blog
YAY!!!! That's wonderful news!!! Wishing this week continues with good news for you guys!
Toggle Commented Oct 21, 2009 on Results at Following Elias
YAY!!! I was just thinking about you and hoping you'd do this soon! (I'm kind of living vicariously through you =)). Maybe someday I'll be as lucky!
Toggle Commented Oct 2, 2009 on Belly Shots at Following Elias
My kiddo is doing the same thing! My husband the other day said "it's giving me a headache just trying to get an answer!" We'll ask general questions like "What did you do today?" "I don't know. We went to the library..." If we keep asking or ask more specific questions, sometimes we'll get an answer, sometimes he'll elaborate on the first answer by saying "I DON'T KNOW, MOM!" I do like that I can email the teacher with any questions, and we go through his backpack every night to see what he's done, get the newsletter (though they're soon going to "go green" - paperless. =)), and get his homework for him to do. We've always asked lots of questions, though. Sometimes it takes a LOT more effort and creativity to get answers. Sometimes I'm satisfied with the answers I get, but I often still feel like there's holes of information. Then I run across something I'm reading or hearing about somehow where the person did something as a child and their parents never knew, and it reminds me that, no matter how much I want to, I won't always know everything he does. This saddens me so! :( I do also have to ask, though..Elias is actually IN SCHOOL all day? Here kindergartners in the public schools are in half days. This is another reason we chose the school we did: he's in school all day from the start. Does he seem to be enjoying school more now? K is barely in the room, shoes changed and sitting with everyone, doesn't even look back while we secretly wish for a good-bye hug. :( My hope is that we will someday get to where he will tell us more, and it will be just part of our day, our dinner "how was your day?" time. He'll be so used to us asking that he'll tell us. (Ok, I think I rambled on a bit..I hope it makes sense!)
Toggle Commented Sep 9, 2009 on Evading the Questions at Following Elias