Early morning sky in DC:
Today was One of Those Days.
There was a Very Important Powwow at the office today. Yesterday as I was formulating my excuse for why I would not be able to attend the Very Important Powwow, the Big Boss phoned me and said “Please plan to attend the Very Important Powwow tomorrow with me and the Really Big Boss.”
Curses, foiled again.
As I was sitting in the Very Important Powwow, trying to look as meek and insignificant as possible, it crossed my mind to wonder how the Extraordinarily Important People present would react if I whipped out a camera and starting taking photos for my blog.
Ah, the power of the blog!
So. Yeah, I was going to head over to Knit Happens apres work for Late Night, but the extreme wackiness of this Wednesday caused extreme fatigue and precluded me from doing so.
I’m close to completing the back.
Yes! The Zoom Groom! That’s what the purple grooming thingie is called. The King of All Remote Controls gave it to Miss Lucy for Christmas last year, and she loves it.
What do you do to get all of her fur out of your projects? I’m currently knitting the Feather and Fans shawl from Gathering of Lace for my mother and my Oliver’s fur is all over it and in it… Usually I just ignore the fur when I’m working with thicker yarns, but it really shows up in the lace. He may be a shorthair, but he sheds a lot.
Lucy actually doesn’t shed all that much. Sure, a stray cat hair or two usually work their way into my knitting, but nothing to cause any concern. Unless I were knitting for someone who is dramatically allergic to cats. Then we’d have big problems.
After you brush me, may I have some greenies?