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I wasn't born with wings, so I'm trying to make my own
 
Wednesday, February 05, 2003  

Notice anything unusual in this picture?



No? How about now?



Until a few minutes ago, the ends in the red circles were connected. That's right, I sit down to knit a bit before bed and go to push my stitches towards the end and the needle pops off of the cord! NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! I'm so upset! I just wanted to sit down, knit, and relax. Now I won't be able to work on my shawl until Friday when I get out to the LYS for another needle! ARG! There go my hopes of having this thing done by Saturday. And if I had just gotten the guage right I'd be done by now and wouldn't have this problem. You can't possibly imagine how distressing this is to me. It sucks big time! I've only had this needle for two and a half weeks, and I haven't abused it or anything! I have straight needles in the same size, but there's no way that this whole shawl would fit on straight needles. ARG! I cannot communicate in words how awful this is for me. And there's no time before bed to start a whole new project to have something to work on tomorrow. ARGGGGGGGG!

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