Whine, whine, whine

PeterMark's picture

Here's my dilemma: I have made so much chocolate fudge, so much peanut butter fudge, and so much divinity in the past few days, it's no wonder I haven't gotten any knitting done. I hate that.

'Tis the season I suppose, but how the heck am I going to get gifts made if I can't quit making candy and eating myself too sick to knit?

It's a tough life, but someone has to live it I guess.

Peter

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albert's picture

Bad boy! For your punishment, box up all that distracting candy and send it to me.

potterdc's picture

No no - send it to ME!!!!

:-)

Jonathan in DC

Think less, enjoy it more.

Think less, enjoy it more.

BuduR's picture

Peter, have you cut out sleep and work yet? I found out that I freed up TONS of time when I got rid of those two hobbies!

MWK's Token Estrogen-American

PeterMark's picture

I cut out sleep about 4 kids ago . . . goes with the territory. As far as sharing all these goodies with you all, that's a great idea except for all the people that will be staying at my house over Christmas: the immediate family (see profile), my parents in law and their son and his girlfriend. Nobody wants to stay in a hotel, so I'm going to be hiding out with the knitting somewhere else.

Peter

MMario's picture

yup - you are just going to have to stop work. Sleep is much more important.

ps - should you happen to make Penuche - *drool* then cut out the sleeping too.

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RareSteek's picture

Yes but after you eat everything you have made, you have the pleasure of knitting all new clothes to fit the new you. :-)

Alan

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