Once upon a Wednesday….
Today has been a weird day at Over the Rainbow Yarn. It all started yesterday, when I was diagnosed with conjunctivitis. Yep, that’s right, I’m the first non-kindergarterner that you know who has ever had pink eye. It’s super fun. In order to contain the plague that was festering in my eyeballs, I stayed home from work, which allowed me to finish the marvelous green sweater that I started 1.5 years ago! Another HO down in my knitting-projects-box-of-doom.
While the green sweater and I sat drinking our coffee with the rest of the crew at our Wednesday morning meeting, we started discussing our next charity event, the Mid-Coast Mitten Tree. As you may have read, (if you followed that handy-dandy link I created) we haven’t decided to whom the mittens should be donated. Corwin wasn’t sure if there were enough folks in need of warm mitts in our area. In one of Mim’s many moments of brilliance, she retorted that perhaps we could focus our efforts on “Out of work hipster musicians, down on their luck.” Jen suggested we call the campaign “Hungry, Hungry Hipsters.” Corwin is a hipster in denial of his hipster-hood, so it’s very important that we make mean hipster jokes whenever possible. This one goes out to Corwin…..
Next, Mim showed me arguably the most adorable photo ever of two sweet little Shetland ponies rockin’ some Faire Isle Cardis (throw in some thick-rimmed black glasses and those ponies might be in need a good hipster heckling). Did you know that she just returned from an epic beach vacation where she got to ride some very similar horses? Check out her sweet vacation photo…
Nothing like dragging your shoes along the moss on the moors….. Such romance.
Any finally, our flippin’ trash can was stolen. Who does that? Perhaps, an out of work hipster, down on his luck and hoping to peddle some black market trash containers? Your guess is as good as ours. We encourage guessing! It’s fun for us and we like to laugh.
I hope you’re having a lovely Wednesday. May your eyes stay healthy, your trash cans stay safe, and all of you fiber dreams come true.