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February 12, 2006

What a difference a day makes

Olympic Knitting 2006

I have to meet my family for breakfast in about fifteen minutes, but I thought you'd like a quick shot of the sock lounging on the lovely king size bed in our hotel room in Florida:

The sock and I are both feeling much more relaxed after a fun party (well, for me; the sock was not invited), a full night's sleep, and a change of climate. Alas, the rest of the family is not so relaxed, as they're all supposed to be flying back north today, and there's some sort of blizzard thing going on. I'm so glad I cleverly opted to fly to Texas instead.

More soon! Keep knitting!

Posted by Kat at February 12, 2006 09:20 AM

Very clever indeed! That sock has grown amazingly.

Posted by: Chris at February 12, 2006 11:43 AM

i'm glad you are flying to texas instead also! Hope you are having fun with your family -- see you soon!!!

Posted by: aisling at February 12, 2006 03:01 PM

oh lords...you're being spammed!

Gorgeous sock! We only got about 2 inches of snow in the Concord area but Hookset got 6. Up north didn't hardly get a dusting. Have fun in Texas! Beware of Vice Presidents weilding shotguns. >rollingeyes<

Posted by: Jo at February 13, 2006 01:26 PM

Here in New York we got 28 inches (at least in Central Park). The airports were closed. The LIRR stalled out. Transit ground to a temporary halt. As for me, this was a great chance to work on the Olympic sweater.

The sock looks great!

Posted by: Ivy at February 13, 2006 06:20 PM

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