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Tomorrow Tomorrow

Tomorrow Tomorrow… you’re only a day a way…

Then I will be finished with school (for this semester!) and I can knit knit knit!Once again, I have a ton of things to work on for Christmas presents, but I have a BIG paper due tomorrow, and have had little time to actually knit stuff. I will finish the presents before Christmas, however!

So, in order to keep my sanity in this *crazy* time of year…

I spent some time with the MEGANS!

Megan was a real sweety and planned a whole "Linner" (Lunch/Dinner) affair for Kris and me, and Meg and her DH, Matt. Oh boy, did we have fun! Megan is an awesome cook, and served up some yummy snacks and a great veggie soup and zucchini parmesean (yummy vegetarian food!)

We were knitting away, and our DHs were left unsupervised:

They talked about football the entire time… and then played PS2.

…and we showed off projects, and then knit some more!
Meg’s first foray into lace-knitting was a success! Her Charlotte’s Web is stunning! She actually was starting a second one, another Christmas present… what perserverance! I think that a third one should definitely be for you, Meg! :)

Megan just finished the SnB Nation Monster Slippers! Googly eyes! Of course, monsters have three eyes… and they even google around when she walks! Ãœber cool, MM! I think that I need some now… my feet are cold! :P
After Linner at Megan’s, we headed over to the niece’s Christmas Pagent! LOVE my girls! They are on both ends of this picture… Krista is the tiny blond who got cut out of the pic (thanks to Uncle Kris), and McKayla is the lovely brunette on the opposite side.

… and to celebrate the end of the semester, I have several knit dates set up! HUA! Jenna tomorrow (I will take pics!), and hopefully with my girls Ei and Heather on Thursday!

My regular knitting will resume one day soon… I have so many wonderful projects in mind… I think I will finish the two sweaters that got put on the back burner (FCEK cardi and Kris sweater) and then move on to some of the lovelies I have been dreaming about… like the amazing Alchemy Woman Pullover that amazing Elka sent to me for SPIII.
… and then all that stuff from the new Knitty
… and all those pattern books that I have bookmarked …
The possibilities are endless! :)

I have an interview tomorrow, and another one on Wednesday… yeah, I know I just changed jobs, right? Well, I might be changing again… I will tell you the story in due time…

Peace, Love, and Knittiness to you all!

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9 Responses

  1. Anna

    The two-person FCEK cardi knit along is officially on!

    It’s fun to have someone else knitting along with me since I’m STILL not done.

    PS: Nice addition to your yarn stash. That blue looks like it’ll look nice on you.

  2. Holly Callahan


    You SO owe me for publishing those photos!! Make the cape.


  3. Nancy

    I installed HaloScan just a few days after starting my blog. When you replace the Blogger comments with HaloScan, the Blogger comments are no longer viewable (although I believe they’re still “there”). I only lost a couple of comments, so this wasn’t a problem for me. There might be a way to recover the Blogger comments from your archives, but I’m not sure how this would be done. Any Blogger experts out there?

  4. Ari

    I totally understand about end of semester…..I have a list of knitting projects to work on that is at least a mile long! Congrats…looks like you guys had a great time of it.

  5. Mimi

    I love you Lolli. Thanksgiving was super special and I look forward to Christmas with you and Kristoefer…

  6. Kate

    I just finished my grad. class for this semester on Sat. what a relief huh! Good luck on the interviews!

  7. Lisa

    I wish we had knitouts here! I started a blog for the Irish Hiking scarf if you’re interested http://irishhikingknitalong.blogspot.com/ Details are there and on my blog. I’m new to this though so I’m probably missing important info

  8. Cara

    Hi Lauren – looks like a great trip. Thanks for stopping by my blog. We have lots in common besides knitting. I have an MLS and a one point was in a PhD program for Religious Studies! Weird huh! Thanks again!

  9. Meg


    I posted a comment from school, but it didn’t post. Im usually so internet and computer literate, I dont know what happened!

    I LOVE the pictures and it was so much fun meeting you!

    (max and little girl are so so cute)

    We HAVE to get together again soon. These next few weekends are pretty packed for me, but by mid october is settles down, so ill be sure to keep in touch!

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