By the way, I just want to say for the record that I was THRILLED that "Slumdog Millionaire" won the Best Picture Oscar. I.Love.That.Movie. It's one of my very favorites, ever. Trust me, be glad that I have refrained from talking about it here, because I can go on and on and on and on and ...
Not a lot of knitting has been happening lately. Occasionally I've noticed that a week or so will go by, and though I do a little bit here and there, I just cannot sit down and concentrate long enough to make any real headway. Sometimes it's because I become really involved in a book I'm reading, other times, I just am not in the mood to do much of anything. It doesn't really worry me, because it's always a passing thing, but I'm always surprised when I realize how long it has lasted.
I do, however, have a knitting-related picture to share with you. My niece La Liz sent a picture of Zach wearing the Zach Attack Hat I knit him for his third birthday.
Finally, apropos of nothing, I have to ask all of you this question: Does the Geico insurance commercial with the eyeballs sitting on a stack of dollar bills annoy anyone else, or is it just me? I just think it's stupid, and would like to know who thought it was such a great advertisement for the company ... because maybe they should get a smaller stack of dollar bills in their paycheck? Anyway, every time they show it, I wonder to myself if anyone likes it. I'd be interested to know what makes it appealing, that I am apparently missing altogether.