So my advice is, don't use Dundoo. I am open for suggestions on a collage site that works.
While I was trying to fix my blog, I happened to check my email. Someone had already bought all the Scottish Campion. This is good. As soon as her payment clears (when the tracking number shows that it has been delivered), I will have enough money to pay for Che's dental work.
Yes, cat dental work. Who knew that cats have so many tooth problems? Fortunately we found a vet who has extra training in dentistry.
I should just get a job as a veterinary assistant. I am a slave to our pets. My routine:
Twice a day:
This is in addition to feeding and walking etc.
Oh well. That's why we have pets, to teach us a sense of responsibility.
In the meantime, I am not buying yarn. I am looking at it, though. Walking on the edge. The slippery slope.
These are some of the winners from the Dye for Glory contest that was held on Ravelry.
Georgia Peach by Three Irish Girls
Father Time by Three Irish Girls
Twilight from Becoming Art
Gypsy Love from Becoming Art
Estuary by Three Irish Girls
Weasley's Wizard Wheezes from Green Eyed Monsters
This one is not a prize winner, but I love it! I wonder why I love Halloween so much? Maybe I could dye this colorway for myself. It would be a lot easier to get than the Georgia Peach.
The Pumpkin King from Zen String