Sunday, February 18, 2007

I really HATE tests!

You Failed 8th Grade Geography

Sorry, you only got 5/10 correct!

Thursday, February 15, 2007


I'm writing this from work so it shall be short. It's f*%king freezing outside and there's no electric at my house. Had to poke the ice on my fishtank.

Nuff said. Tune in later, like after the house warms up a bit.

Wednesday, February 07, 2007

just stuff

I should be studying for my test tomorrow night. But I really really needed a break so I took a little test.

You scored as Dragon. You are a dragon. You very, VERY easily angered and are extremely protective. Take a chill pill and stop running around breathing fire on people. Chances are they're only trying to help you...













Shadow Spirit








What ancient breed are you?
created with

It was intersting. Today I'm a dragon, I'm also operating under just a few hours of sleep. We had our kitty boyz "fixed" yesterday and they literally bounced off the walls and me and my DH most of the night. "Hey Mom, we need more food - NOW" "Hey Mom, why can't we go outside? NOW?" "Hey Mom, can't you take this goofy collar thing offa me? NOW?" "Hey Mom." Finally sometime around 4:30am I gave in and let Roscoe outside. As of 7:00am he still hadn't come in, and it snowed last night. As of 7:30am he popped in for a drink of water and back out he went. I think he waw worried I was gonna box him and take for a ride again.

Cute kitty pics soon. Guji is getting so big, and insists on sleepling on my chest!

Thursday, February 01, 2007


I'm really doing my homework.

You know that little yarn shop I told you about? I finally got to go to it last night, and it's really wonderful! This new delightful shop is called A Tangled Skein. It's in an old bank building (think thick walls, wooden floors) and is right in front of the Hyattsville Municiple Building on Baltimore Street.

They're planning on having a Sit-n-Knit every Wednesday -- everyone is invited -- and (are you sitting down??) they're keeping the register open for shopping!

I got a tour of the shop from Pat. A very knowledgeable knitter. The shop is laid out well, with easy access to all the shelves of goodies. The lighting in the evening leaves much to be desired but there is a good light at the knitting table to see some true color. They're carrying a large selection of Lamb's Pride, and a line that I've never heard of before called Ella Rae (100% wool, 219 yds, $5.00) and it's knitting up very nicely! And of course they have Noro, Debbie Bliss, and Filatura Di Crosa to name a few.
So while I don't think I'll be going every week, I do think it's worth the trip once or twice a month.

Just my $0.02 worth.

Now before I go back to my homework (gotta study, I have a test next week) here's a pic of my little guy. He's dressed to go to the BSO with his class today.

Isn't he handsome!