Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Trying Pictures Again

I am going to try to upload some of the pictures that Blogger crapped out on during the last couple of posts. Here's some Handicrafter I picked up for a couple of new dishcloths. Darren likes green, thus the two new summery ones.

He has done a few rows. It takes awhile, and I have to check every row or two for dropped stitches. He also twisted the yarn around his knitting in a couple of places the last time he tried. I'll give him credit for trying to do it without my help. This is going much better than when he tried last fall. Pumba had to supervise the situation.

Here's a picture of the littlest monkey. He's watching me post this and wondering where his picture is. Three days after he hit his head he had to put a band aid on it (Spongebob).

I don't know if there were any other pictures I wanted to post or not. I don't have any knitting pictures to show. Trudging along obediently on the grey ribbed socks, thinking of all the different things I want to make. Trying to be firm and not start anything else til these are done considering I only have til Sunday!

Pumba seems to be his old self again. I worked today, and he seems to have himself cleaned up a lot. (His fur was quite messy looking around the hiney.) Nala is still being Super B*tch to him. Simba actually licked his head this morning. He's been through a lot himself with urinary tract disease, so he must have more sympathy for him. Pumba's appetite is back, but he's a little miffed, I think, because I won't give him dry food. I want him eating the canned stuff for awhile. It has more fibre, and I want to make sure everything is working as it should. I give him a tidbit of dry once in awhile, but not much. I joined a Yahoo Group for owners of cats with megacolon. A lot of them seem to be on the same medication as Pumba. Some take some other stuff, too, and some have had to have major surgery! Yikes!

Pets can be just as costly and as kids...

Happy knitting!


Blogger Donna said...

Stick with the gray socks. Soon they will be finished and you can start something FUN!!
That's quite the little knitter you have there!

7:34 PM  
Anonymous Dipsy said...

How great that Darren tries his hands on knitting, yay for that - just wait and see, he'll be totally addicted to knitting soon!:)
I also love your little one, he's such a cutie! Good news on Pumba, fingers crossed that the medication keeps working and he'll stay his old self! I looove the green yarn by the way, so happy and cheerful!

1:48 AM  
Blogger Ragan said...

Wow! Look at that boy knit! Woo-hoo! I hate when blogger acts up like that! It is so frustrating! I love that Bernat yarn!!! Nice colors!!

3:42 PM  
Blogger Jamie said...

How great that he knits! I have given up on teaching my husband to knit, so perhaps my only option is to have children and teach THEM to knit!

12:05 PM  
Blogger Katie said...

Yay for Darren! Love his yarn!

10:14 PM  

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