Wednesday, August 18, 2010
I changed to a smaller needle for the solid background. So far this is not bad. :)
The other day, Wooly suggested that I clean up my hobby room. I said, "Okay, I'll do that tomorrow."
The next day, Wooly asked me what I was going to do. I said, "Clean up my room!" He was shocked.
After coffee, I went up there and started sorting my stuff. The phone rang, and it was Mom.
Mom "Hey, come play with me today!"
Me "I can't. I have to clean my room."
Me "Wooly said I have to clean my room and I can't leave it until it's clean."
Mom "Michele, come. play. with. me."
Me "Did you not hear me?! I can't! I have to stay in here until it's clean!"
*Wooly mumbling in the background*
Me "That's garbage... that's recycle... and that's keepers..."
Mom "Who you talking to?"
Me "Wooly. He's helping."
Mom "What?! *laughing* What's Wooly doing to help?"
Me "He's running up and down the stairs taking these piles to the garbage & recycle cans."
Mom "What?! *laughing* How did you get him to do that?!"
Me "He's well trained!"
Mom "*dying of laughter* Maybe you two should come over here and clean my room too!"
Me "No, get Dad to help you. I've got my own room to clean. You didn't know Rottweilers were trainable did you?! Mom, I've really got to go now. I don't want to spend all day in this room."
Mom "*still laughing* Okay. Come play with me later. Bye!"
Wooly "Who has a Rottweiler?"
Me "I do. You're the Rottweiler."
Wooly "I thought I was Wooly."
I learned from the best (my mom) and am just lucky that my Rottweiler is trainable. :)
Wooly is not bad.
Another interesting point is that we all liked everyone else's squares better than our own.
Kind of like knitting. Or designing.
Oh, and yes, my room is now clean and organized.
It didn't take long because my Rottweiler helped. Yay!
And I'm glad I found my Montana Cartwheel squares.
Might have to get back to quilting someday. :)
But, for now, I've got to figure out what kind of neckline I want.
Happy Knitting! :)