I still find loom knitting much much easier, but recently I found a pair of bamboo knitting needles at walmart on clearance. I have metal ones but I can never get the hang with them, but since the bamboo ones were real cheap so I bought them and tested with a swatch, and although it still isn’t as easy as with a loom, it was easier than the metal needles.
Bought a new knitting loom at Walmart today. I want to make some summery lounge socks and with Red Heart’s thin yarn, my 24 peg round loom made it too holey, so I got the Boye sock loom. So far, I’m liking it 🙂
Yesterday I was fixing some of my PC games’ installs as one wouldn’t load saves, then found one of the discs had a big crack in it.
Went to Walmart in an attempt to buy a new copy of that game, and of course, they don’t have it anymore (as they used to) :(, so I compared prices through Amazon, HERinteractive (as said game is a Nancy Drew one) and Gamestop. Found it cheapest through Gamestop, though digital, not in a CD, but this digital copy works with Steam (which I have for the King’s Quest made by The Odd Gentleman)
I have a KB Knitting loom (one of those big S ones. it looks like this: . The pegs are too close together for my personal use (I have tried using it, and can’t get my fingers between the pegs, and even tried using a straw, but when I try knitting the bottom over the stop, both strands go over)
Amazon has what I want (pegs are farther apart like on the round looms) but I want to get rid of this one first
Today hasn’t been a good day. Coming down the stairs, I fell, sliding to almost the bottom. Didn’t hurt myself, but my right foot hurt for about 30 minutes and the back of my left upper arm, that slid down the wooden railing still hurts to the touch.
Just now I took Kaiser out to pee and twisted my left ankle in a chuckhole where a bush used to be years ago and I went down to my hands and knees in the wet muddy ground. My left ankle still hurts, but I can put more weight than I could while Kaiser peed and we came in 🙁
I’ve been using WordPress steadily for website management for close to 10 years. One thing I like is the ease of themes (with Artisteer, yes I admit it, I use a generator) and with a plugin I can keep multiple themes, so myself and others can choose the layout of their choice…but lately I have been having issues.
#1) Comments…..so spamilicious, not matter what or how many anti-spam plugins I enable. I even disabled the comments themselves (and SOMEHOW I still got spam comments)
#2) Screwed up coding. The Home link still referenced my old domain name. The Vids page is compiled of links to the uploaded vids I’ve made (all hosted on my 4shared account). Visually it may seam okay, but the coding is messed up, and I have put the code into notpad to correct it, which took over 2 hours, and now less than six months later, the screwed up coding is back.
What can I convert to? (Seriously if I have to do away with Artisteer and code themes by hand again, it’s no biggie)
Saw a post on Facebook about supporting Breast Cancer Awareness on October 13th by not wearing a bra…..
Now the thought that runs through my head….How does that help anything?
I haven’t posted in awhile….but today work was BUSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSY.
With the rain, it was icky out, and a little chill, and a woman slipped from the rain on the linoleum flooring and fractured her arm 🙁 .
I hope tomorrow isn’t as busy *yawn*
It’s been awhile coming, and I’ve spent a few months saving money back (and it would have been sooner if my work hadn’t shut down for a month for remodel) but as of today, I have my new computer ordered 😀
After being off of work for almost a month, today felt good to be back at work. We won’t be open until atleast next week, but working today felt good