“I can change. I can live out my imagination instead of my memory. I can tie myself to my limitless potential instead of my limiting past.”
-- Stephen Covey
This is the poncho I am making for the Fair. I really think it looks nice with the fancy ribbon in it. But truthfully, I hate knitting with ribbon that has holes or railroads in it. The needle keeps getting stuck and I curse a lot. I've tried to change this negative view because the result is so lovely. I guess the lesson is that even though adding these little touches is a great big pain and takes twice as long, the result is worth the effort. Kind of like most things in life. :)
These last few weeks have been like that. There were times when I just wanted to give up and have a piety party for myself but I kept trying to stay positive and lo and behold after Mercury went back into place on Wednesday everything was suddenly okay. So on the next row of ribbon I will remember that the sweet Patons is only 10 rows ahead of me and everything will work out okay in the end.
What does not destroy me, makes me stronger. Friedrich Nietzsche
Remember that Kool Aid I dyed a while ago? Well, I decided it would look great as a drop stitch scarf. It is actually quite long. I went over the three foot mark thinking it wouldn't be long enough. *ooops*. Well I was wrong...and it is more then adequate...but if you wrap it around and then loop it in itself it looks really cool. I hope at least someone at Fair thinks so.
Two goals down for the month already *yeah me*.
Also, DH and I revamped the blog today. I really like the new drop and drag aspect of Blogger.
Have a nice weekend.