Dear Grandma, Thank you for the liver. I put it where my Mom would step on it. We all got lots of exercise. Your Grandson
Dear Grandma, Thank you for the liver. You were right. When my sister ate some, her expression was great. She spit it out real fast. Your Grandson
Did I say there were only going to be three parts? Dear Grandma, Thank you for the liver. I like it almost as much as steak. Your Grandson.
Third of a three-part series. Dear Grandma, Thank you for the liver. I took it to school and we had a great food-fight. Your Grandson.
Second in a three-part series. Dear Grandma, Thank you for the liver. Mom never buys it for me because I'm the only one in the house who likes it. Your Grandson
First in a three part series on thank you notes. Dear Grandma, Thank you for the liver. It was nice. Your Grandson.
Elephant Eating 101: One bite at a time. Elephant Eating Remedial: Ignore the salad. Elephant Eating 102: Ignore the other elephants.
How do you eat an elephant? Answer: One bite at a time. Remedial answer: Ignore the salad. Another time management expert says to "Eat the frog for breakfast," meaning do the thing you least like first. The advanced method is to find the biggest, ugliest frog and eat that one. Eating frogs doesn't work for … Continue reading Eating an Elephant — Remedial
Taking a break from the Weekly Virtues for a bit. They were a good idea, but couldn't compete with my other good ideas. I bought a new needle organizer, and then made labels for all the pockets. Rather nice, but they could use another set of eyes or three before I put up the final … Continue reading Still Alive
I'm watching the Lucy Neatby knitting videos B loaned me. I already know most of it, but I was pleasantly surprised to find that I'm enjoying the review. They're very well done. I hate sewing seams. I just learned about steeking a year ago, and haven't had any call for knit sweaters since then, but … Continue reading Measurement Problems with Drop Shoulder Sweaters done with Steeks — Solved! (Maybe)