-Linus, It's The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown
Thursday, October 30, 2008
Wednesday, October 29, 2008
Tuesday, October 28, 2008
Wednesday, October 22, 2008
First up, the sites that help cut through the clutter:
Political Fact Check
Analysis of the Candidates' Tax Plans
Other Ballot Questions for Georgia
Go here for an in-depth look at Palin's "career" in politics (scroll down to about the fifth paragraph), then try this one for a look at why Obama may not quite be "the answer" for the struggling lower and middle class.
Why do I put an article on Palin instead of McCain? Well, because I think the most important article on McCain may very well be this one.
Which means you really have to take a hard look at his running mate, you know, her:
But then, if you really need McCain in action, this is one of my favorites:
So really, I think it is up to you to decide to vote for either that hideous woman that will end up as president if John "I think women are lining up to have late-term abortions for the fun of it" McCain is elected or for Obama's terrible tax plan, but please just educate yourself on the issues so that you don't go to the polls "decided" like these people:
And just one more because it cracks me up...
Tuesday, October 21, 2008
Monday, October 20, 2008
Oh, and I also must mention that one of my little artistes had her artwork chosen for the spring art show at school (the child turning 7, not the head-butting one). Between Grammy and I, it has probably been completely blown out of proportion, but we are just so proud that she loves to create as much as we do (and a little recognition can go a long way)!
Friday, October 10, 2008
Friday, October 3, 2008
Merino and Silk and Mohair and Cashmere, OH MY!
I know, it isn't quite the same. My youngest child cried on the way home from school because she wanted yarn too, she has a long life of textile addiction ahead of her.
This isn't all of it I'm afraid. Some things have been left out because of the enormous gift giving holiday looming at the end of the year. The lovely rainbow balls on the left will be cast on next week to begin scarves that the girls will be getting for Christmas (luckily they don't read my blog). They have been begging for scarves, I love that they really seem to appreciate handmade items. Can't wait to share all the upcoming projects that I plan on diving into next week!