Thursday, October 9, 2008

Random-ness, continued...

Here are a few things I've been meaning to post about this week. Somehow, it became Thursday night and I realized I haven't posted anything about the babies.

Monday, one of my babies, let's call him Pretty Boy, was absent. When he came back on Tuesday, I noticed his hair was beautifully (and freshly!) braided. I asked him why he wasn't in school the day before and he just kinda shrugged, and had this cute little confused smile. I asked, "Were you sick?" Shrug, with a goofy little grin. Then I say, "Wow, your hair looks nice! Wait, did you stay home yesterday to get your hair done?" Suddenly his face lights up, and he proceeds to tell me all about how he spent his day getting his hair done, complete with all the details (where he went, who did it, etc.) Now, you can see for yourself how cute he is (sort of) but really, how screwed up are his mother's priorities!!? You keep your child out of school for a day to get his hair done?! Why didn't you do it over the weekend, or after school? Screwed up, right?
Same morning, Twin Boy and Twin Girl come in, hang up their things, then come to their table to read. As Twin Boy was turning around to talk (surprise, surprise, since it's SILENT reading time!) I see this:
Apparently, he decided to give himself a haircut the night before, at least according to Twin Girl. As of today, it still looks like this. I don't know if this is Dad's way of punishing him, or what, but I can't believe his parents didn't just shave his whole head by now.

OK, so the other day, I was out shopping and picked these little babies up for myself: An hour later, I had this:Let me apologize now to all of you out there who actually know how to crochet and/or knit. I know this piece is horrific, with it's inconsistent tension and stitches. Sorry. But, hey, I'm tryin'! I actually learned how to knit and crochet when I was a child, and I used to love to do it. I never really made anything of any substance, just a couple of granny squares and bookmarks, but it was fun, nonetheless. Anyway, now my old, stiff fingers are having a much rougher time than my young, supple fingers did. It's still fun, though. I'm hoping this ends up to be something like a scarf. I'll let you know...

Finally, the other day, I had to run out for something, and when I rounded the corner of the house to the driveway, I was struck by the most beautiful sunset. These pictures don't show a fraction of the beauty I saw, but these were the only pictures I could get of the sky through my neighbor's tree. Still awesome!

3 comments:

Miles To Go Before I Sleep...... said...

That is so freakin' funny!!! The last three days I became obsessed with knitting!!! Seriously! I went out and bought about 16 things of yarn and 6 knitting needles and a crochet needle.... and 2 instruction booklets and a DVD!

I have made (and undone twice) a scarf!! I'm almost done with it now so I'll be posting pictures this weekend I'm sure :-)

That's just too funny....

John calls me a grandma now... cause when I get obsessed with something I tend to do it religiously until I've mastered it... so I'm always sitting around with my knitting needles... usually in PJ's...

Oh well, I needed a winter hobbie!

:-)

Dana

Suz said...

Yeah, the parents are screwed up. People like that make me crazy!!!
KEEP THE PICTURE!!!
The knitting looks good to me. I have never done any. I bet it is therapeutic though...keep up!!

Christina Shaver said...

See? Now you know that I'm NOT the worst when it comes to Evan's hair!!!!