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February 22, 2010

These Winter Ravelympics events must be tougher than the summer games. Haven’t won nearly as many medals this time. However, don’t count me out just yet.

I am on course in the Pattern Skeleton event, so unless I wipe out at the 50/50 curve, I should medal in that event. I am not as far as I would have liked in Designer Original Dance but still not out of the medal running. I am hoping to have one project, Kettle and String, off the needles in a hour or so. WIPs-Dancing is slow going because my chosen project is cables on small needles with small and splitty yarn. But I haven’t given up on that one either. The Sock Hockey is not looking too promising right now. I haven’t totally written it off as I have a totally rocking pattern to work with but getting that sample knit by the deadline may be the deal breaker. The odds are stacked a little against me in that event. Perhaps I should have entered Aerial Unwind instead.

No photos to post today so I will leave you with this Olympic moment brought to you by Small Fry.

Walking into the room, SmallFry noticed that I was watching Slalom. He looked at the TV with excitement and said “Ooooo! Light saber skiing!”
I think that is a pretty apt description of the slalom.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Ascasewwen permalink
    February 22, 2010 4:02 pm

    If you think you’re doing it tough, spare a thought for the Ravelympians in the southern hemisphere. I made a comment last night in one of Team DoingABradbury’s threads that we should get extra credit because we’re knitting in 35C+ degree heat. I got the most agrees that I’ve ever had on a Rav post!

  2. March 1, 2010 10:39 am

    Morning Sister In Christ Tabitha :) Your knitting is beautiful & always a joy to behold. My daughter in-love (your sister In Christ:) loves to knit in a like-wise fashion. Her name is Rebekah Hope, she and my son Joseph work with the New Mexico Christian Children’s Home in Portales, New Mexico, please pray for our family & hers are need ‘Travel-mercies’ to move to Portales, N.Mex & Texas, Thanks sweetheart. (see facebook:). Are you on facebook? I am under my husband Andrew Harshaw would love a visit from you. My daughter in-love’s sister’s dog is named Arwen :) Do you know any Sister’s in Christ on Blog or facebbook ? Would be wonderful to have the online -fellowship :) I hope you have a wonderful day and keep knitting those beauties. Sincerely In Christ joyful-service, ana harshaw :) p.s. I’m knitting squares for my grandsons college blanket :)

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