Happy Earth Day. Have you hugged a tree today?
Every year, the agency where I work has a week long spring cleaning event that coincides with Earth Day. We are all encouraged to clean out our files, recycle the recycle-ables, be mindful of the planet, et cetera and so on.
To announce the week-long spring cleaning in conjunction with Earth Day, a flyer was made. And thousands of full-color copies of it were printed, plastered all over the building, and given to every one of the approximately 5,000 employee.
Ironic, no? I guess it never occurred to the Powers That Be that a global email would be more appropriate and in keeping with the spirit if the day. They certainly send out enough of them announcing other stuff.
Twisted Logic Sock
Behold the first Twisted Logic Sock.
I actually finished this sock on Friday night, shortly after completing Lismore, but wanted to save it for future blog fodder because I knew that good blog fodder would be thin on the ground this week.
What? Doesn’t everyone have a disembodied leg on their dining room table?
I’m actually more than halfway done with the second Twisted Logic Sock. I just turned the heel.
Rats! What was I thinking? I should have saved that for tomorrow’s blog post.
These socks are somewhat slow going because of all the traveling and twisting that the stitches do, but I do love a good twisted traveling stitch, so that’s no problem. And I finished the prep work for my Spring Fling classes last night, so I’ll be able to work on the second sock a bit tonight. I hope. Don’t know if I’ll have it finished before the Fling, however.
This never fails to crack me up: