and one for me

That one is for you guys and this one is for me. I will put it front and centre for all to read on "International Knit in Public Day" in June! It ranks right up there with my favorite joke "Isn't that nice?"
Isn't that nice!

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OperaGeek's picture

Cute - love it!

YarnGuy716's picture

That needs to be printed on the other side of the Ballsack tote!

TheKnittingMill's picture

That's funny! One of my favorite T-shirts has two straight knitting needles standing vertically with the following message printed next to them:

I HAVE TWO NEEDLES
YOU HAVE TWO EYES
DON'T MESS WITH A MAN WHO KNITS!

This could be printed on the other side of your bag, JoJo:

I HAVE TWO NEEDLES
YOU HAVE TWO EYES
DON'T MESS WITH ME WHILE I'M KNITTING!

I hate knitting anything around my Mom that requires concentration, because she's the type of person that has to fill every second of time and space with mundane conversation about someone I don't know or don't remember (that she insists I do) who's died. Or better yet, a relative (friend, neighbor) of the someone I don't know or remember!

Oh I so get that about the mother, must be an age thing, except with mine it's all so negative, I have to load up on the antidepressants after a visit with her and if its an extended visit, well it takes days to recoup my positive energy. Fortunately I have recently been disowned so life has been good.

Linens2lace

Linens2lace

Oh I so get that about the mother, must be an age thing, except with mine it's all so negative, I have to load up on the antidepressants after a visit with her and if its an extended visit, well it takes days to recoup my positive energy. Fortunately I have recently been disowned so life has been good.

Linens2lace

Linens2lace

TheKnittingMill's picture

Oh, Jojo, that's awful! I sympathize with you. No, my Mom's mostly positive (well as much as sharing a verbal list of deaths can be) and supportive; just very chatty!

With a bit of patience Mill you'll get to the same point. We all of us eventually turn into our parents. When my own mother was at this stage I just nodded, uhh-ed and 'do you want more tea?' Easy.

TheKnittingMill's picture

LOL...Good advice Joe! I'm going to need a TON of patience, because my Mom is still really, really young! She's only 55 and my Grandparents are around the same age as my peers' parents. Now that you mention it, she's turning into my Grandfather--he goes to funerals in his small town to socialize.