Let me just say this right upfront: I used to think bird people were a little odd. Bird people don’t hold a candle to bunny folk. I’m not naming names because I don’t know if bunny folk even know how odd they are. But ever since my charming little bunny, Ivan, came into my . . . → Read More: knitnut.net: Bunny fokz is weeyud
I wrote down all my thoughts about my visit to Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, and it was a big fat mess of contradictions, so I will continue to think on it before posting the second instalment.
In other news, our favourite local quilt shop has offered to host our wedding in their shop. We were . . . → Read More: knitnut.net: Wedding, penis, knitting and fine arts
I’m taking a brief break from the Ask Me Anything series to tell you that at 7:50 this morning, my favourite son will turn 30 years old. (He’d still be my favourite even if I had more than one, but I probably wouldn’t say it out loud.)
It doesn’t seem all that long ago . . . → Read More: knitnut.net: I did a bunch of things
Yesterday, in response to Ask Me Anything, Thatdarncat asked “Where’s the knitting, Knitnut?”
Seven years ago I decided to blog, and since I was really into knitting at the time, I started a knitting blog.
I soon realized I didn’t have a whole lot to say about knitting. Some people, like the . . . → Read More: knitnut.net: Ask Me Anything #1: Where’s the knitting, Knitnut?
Thursday was one of those days. I’m still figuring out the buses on my commute to and from work, and I somehow got myself turned around at the Billings Bridge Transitway and ended up taking the 148 in the wrong direction. And then, when I got to work, I realized I’d forgotten my security . . . → Read More: knitnut.net: A long hard week with a happy ending