Quite an exciting day, for a one-woman Yarn Duck

Emily is not a sheltered duck. She likes to investigate, and make friends with everyone who comes in. However, yesterday was the first time since becoming a Yarn Duck that she has met another knitter.

Imagine her surprise when…yes that’s right.
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Emily investigates foreign socks. Opal petticoat on size 2.5mm. needles, made by Amanda!

Emily is strictly a one-woman Yarn Duck, however:

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The socks have met with Emily’s approval. Very nice.
We had breakfast at The Crow’s Nest, where I embarrassed The Sneak by taking pictures of my food.

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I couldn’t help myself. It’s too good *not* to post a picture. Banana bread french toast. If you need a reminder as to how I feel about this, go back about three posts.

On another note, I’m sure most of you have heard about podcasting by now. Will you be surprised if I tell you that there are knitting podcasts? Well, there are.

The first knitting podcast was Knitcast by Marie Irshard, and next was Cast-On by Brenda Dayne. I know that there are at least five now, although I’m assuming there are more out there that I don’t know about. I don’t have that much time to keep up with them while I’m at school though.
That is actually where I heard about the Seacell yarn. Knitting radio. =D For those of us who are off our rockers (and have cooler socks than you), it is very enjoyable. You can listen to knitting talk wherever you are!
I’m in a food coma, and we have movies to watch. Let the adventures of Smarty-smary-braggy-pants and Ms. Eyes-are-larger-than-stomach-had-to-loosen-skirt-to-accomodate begin.

2 Responses to “Quite an exciting day, for a one-woman Yarn Duck”

  1. Momster Says:

    looks nummy – what’s the topping? pecan-caramel syrup? walnuts? looks totally EVIL

  2. Nikki Says:

    holy moley that banana french toast looks ridiculously GOOD. aghh I WANT it.

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