Now in celebration...we rock:
Thursday, September 25, 2008
Tuesday, September 23, 2008
We are back from our vacation in Moab, Utah. We went there for The Land Rover National Rally. I will not bore you with a million pictures. ...just a few.
There were many long, hot days of off-roading. I was not able to get any "Extreme Knitting" done because the trails were just too crazy. Not to mention the only knitting project I brought with me was the Gumdrop Sock. Size 1 DPN's and a crazy bumpy, tippy trail don't mix. Besides you know what will happen if I have to rip out that sock again. I don't even want to think about it.
We did manage to get a crap load of Geocaching done in Moab. While out exploring we crossed paths with stink bugs, lizards, a snake, a large spider, several bees, and a shit load of annoying gnats.
Two more down. Two to go!
Ghost Hunting: True Stories of Unexplained Phenomena from The Atlantic Paranormal Society by Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson. This was a really quick read. I love these guys! If you love their show, "Ghost Hunters" than you will love this book.
I am currently deep into Duma Key by my man Stephen King. I am past the halfway point and can't get enough of it. This is a good one.
Sunday, September 14, 2008
Thursday, September 11, 2008
This is a knitting blog!
I am going to try to get my Mr. Greenjeans done so I can start wearing it. I am so close to done on this one. I just need to focus. The sad thing is it should take no more than an hour. Can you say LAME?
Pretty little projects all in a row. Socks, Mr. Greenjeans, Crapotis, etc.
Let's talk socks. Here they are in all their glory...the bane of my existence. The Gumdrop socks have been going quite smoothly this time around. Third times a charm. Or is it the fourth or fifth? Ah crap!
Wednesday, September 10, 2008
2008 marks the fifth year of One Book, One Denver, Mayor John Hickenlooper's citywide book club created to build community and encourage people to read. Denver citizens, young and old, are invited to join others in the shared experience of reading the same book and participating in fun activities through October.
Yes, I will be joining in once again this year.
I went down to my favorite book store to meet local author Jeanne Stein, the Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers 2008 “Writer of the Year". She read from her newest Anna Strong vampire novel "Legacy". This is the fourth in the series. She did mention that the fifth book is already in her publishers hands. She is currently working on number six and there will be two more after that.
She was so sweet she baked brownies for everyone. She also signed all four of my books. So we of course love her!
Tuesday, September 9, 2008
Friday, September 5, 2008
One down. Four to go.
I have had this book sitting on my shelf for years. I finally had a chance to read it for the R.I.P Challenge. I liked it. I did not find it to be a scary book but then I had to keep reminding myself it was written for a much younger audience. Would I recommend it? Yes.
Tuesday, September 2, 2008
Yesterday we went to see The Dark Knight. I figured since we are probably the last people on the Earth to see it that the theatre would be empty. Wrong! Either we are not the last people to see it or it is just that good that people went to see it again. I think it could very well have been the second choice. The movie was awesome! Heath Ledger’s portrayal of the Joker was incredible. He really was an amazing actor.
I highly recommend seeing it and we will be owning this one on DVD.