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12 May 2004

One of those days

It's around 1:30 p.m. and I only just took a shower and got dressed. If I worked from home, I might never get dressed! I've taken care of a lot of stuff that was on my plate today, but there's still more. One of them is "dessert," but it won't be waiting 'til the end. Calmer, Calmer, Calmer -- I'm going to get it today and I can't wait to have it in my hands!

Can you believe I went to the DMV yesterday and didn't bring my driver's license?! The guy barely blinked; we were able to transfer the title and get the plates, the only thing was that they'd have to mail the title (because I didn't have my DL) rather than just give it to me. So, we picked up A's car last night and she was elated. She bought it from her cheerleading coach, who put together a "survival kit" and left it in the backseat -- a Rubbermaid container with various road necessities. Plus, when A went for the spare key in the unused ashtray, there was $20! Wasn't that sweet? Her first tank of gas, compliments of coach.

I carried on with the second sleeve of the Summer Sonata last night and was pleased with how it turned out. I tore out the first as far as the eyelet row where the pattern changed, and reworked it, too. They're finished! I didn't do any seaming last night, but did weave in a few ends that wouldn't likely be necessary for seaming. So, to finish, I need to 1) insert sleeves, 2) seam the sides/sleeves, 3) try the elastic thread around the neckline. An FO is on the horizon!

Okay, I'm off to do my road chores, with a side trip for "dessert." I'd sure like to knit a few swatch rows before leaving for the Fleetwood Mac concert tonight!

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