Not just a river in Egypt

I have been in total denial over the fact I have a snowballs chance in hell of finishing Samus before the Madrona Fibre Arts winter retreat starts. Sunday I got a clue and figured out that it just wasn’t going to happen. I mean, it very well still could if my child slept 24 hours a day, the house cleaned itself, I had no homework, and didn’t need to eat, drink, or sleep. However, I think well know that none of that will happen either.

So I will be Samus-less at Madrona. Which may not be a bad thing, because who wants to be wearing that much wool while taking a class from Sally Melville or listening to Stephanie Pearl-McPhee speak?

2 Responses to “Not just a river in Egypt”


  1. 1 wendy

    It’s hard to get a toddler to understand the need for uninterrupted knitting time…….when most don’t understand the need for uninterrupted peeing time even. Never mind the rest of the world halting for a few days.

    Take lots of photos so those of us who can’t attend these sort of things can live vicariously through you.

  2. 2 Spring

    The whole peeing thing gets better as they start to potty train, Wendy. I mean that in the most sarcastic way possible, of course.

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