Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Okay, turn your laptop or your head...again




Another post in which I couldn't get the image to flip. I did try. I don't mean to challenge anyone with this little blog. So I am sorry, but the needle holder must be viewed correctly with some effort. My neighbor's hibiscus is too sweet not to share. The needle holder was a purchase of necessity after reading someone's post about impaling a circular in her foot.

I"d been using an old clinique bag as a needle holder. It was a big old mess and true to form, I usually just didn't open it up and put needles back when finished. This is because the needles would spring out like a Jack in the Box on steroids. This thing is a dream. It was made by FawnFace on etsy. It was her first sale!

I may have to put up my feet more than usual today. A can of GULP fell on it just now. Gulp Is a fishing thing. Suffice to say I'm going to have a bit of a black and blue mark on the fat little hungarian foot .Speaking of feet. I'm a bit jealous of my sisters again. Some of them were at the hungarian family picnic this weekend. All those skinny little Irish feet in sandals. I'm the only one who got the feet that are as long as they are wide.

I'll have to show you my pedi socks tomorrow. Here's your viewer warning: the image may be disturbing to some. If You have never seen little sausage toes......
I'll talk to you in the comments. :)

6 comments:

Wool Winder said...

Ouch, that sound painful! We have good luck with GULP shrimp down here.

Jennifer said...

I turned my head. It was easier. Love the photos. Ouch - sorry to hear about your foot. Maybe some ice and TLC would help. I think you deserve a pedicure (you know - to compete with those cute feet in sandals). Hope you feel better soon.

LizzieK8 said...

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3025/2803174238_4580f841f1.jpg

Katherine said...

Love the needle holder! That would be a great gift for any knitter.

About the toes, as I say to my GD who has short, fat feet, "Kiss those little piggy toes!"

Lynne said...

Hibiscus bloooms are awesome...they look the same no matter which way you turn your head! I love when they get to be the size of dinner plates.

Kathy said...

Lynne YOU Clever one! Of course you are right. Anyway you shoot it, its right!

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