Stick up Cat Manuscript, This week in Pictures.

365_98 Stick Up
Free pattern, What in the hell to do with 170 yards of Hand Spun Yarn (Rav link)
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Cat bag. This pattern will be available after testing.
365_99 manuscript receipt
I submitted my thesis to the archives office. Only a few more hoops to jump through and I can call myself a Master.
Maya said the F word yesterday. She heard it from Stanley Tucci in the Julie & Julia movie (It’s about Julia Flippin’ Child, how was I supposed to know??). At least she didn’t hear it from me this time. Here’s to hoping she doesn’t repeat it today at school! Pray for me that I don’t get THE NOTE home from the preschool staff. I’m not sure I could bear the shame. I’m afraid I’d have to wear my handspun scarf as a disguise at pick up and drop off. Which wouldn’t make me weird. At all.

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7 Responses to Stick up Cat Manuscript, This week in Pictures.

  1. mindy says:

    You really do get used to that particular note. Just ask me how I know…

  2. Mildawg says:

    Oh, don’t you love it when kids pick things up…
    Very cute bag!

  3. Kath says:

    Many many many many (you get the idea) years ago my friend’s little daughter walked up to her grandmother and said, “maw maw, wanna smoke a….” Seriously – the child didn’t even get the whole sentence out before the grandmother was up and yelling at her daughter for an explanation.
    So ya know – what’s a little f-bomb? 😉

  4. Donna says:

    I’ll miss the thesis on twitter 😉

  5. AlisonH says:

    It’s in the bag now!

  6. Lene says:

    If you do get The Note, send it to Stanley Tucci.

  7. stephanie says:

    Truck? what Truck? did you see a Truck Maya? Tell me about that TRUCK. That sounds like a really neat Truck.
    Could be worse. my oldest was into making nonsense sounds for a while when he was 3 or 4. I was so horrified by one of them (OMG! where did he learn THAT???) that of course that’s the one that stuck. I finally showed in a “snickers” bar (yes, it sounded like that word which led to great embarrassment when in public) to teach him a real word rather than the gobbledygook that sounded so awful.

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