Oregon is entirely vote by mail, so I've already sent in my ballot. For those of you who haven't yet voted, please do. I realize that not everyone who reads my site will be supporting the democratic ticket, but I certainly am.
And with that said, I'm nervously optimistic.
These charts from FiveThirtyEight.com, November 3, 2008.
Waiting to see how this all unfolds is nerve wracking. Here's hoping the decision is clear, long before I head to bed on Tuesday.
But I digress.
Vote, vote, vote, vote, vote.
Some years, we put a lot of thought into dressing up for Halloween and some years, we just wing it. This year was mostly the latter.
Leo went a little Clockwork Orange, thought without the fencing outfit.
I went standard issue goth.
It was a little deja vu, taking me back to my very late teens and early twenties, when I'd get all dressed for dancing at Man Ray in Boston.
For Leo, we did the eyelashes, around one eye.
Then I rimmed both eyes with lots of black eyeliner and shadow. By the end, he and Thea were looking pretty matchy matchy
The end result:
From there, we had some wine and coffee at Gilt.
Then some dancing and general people watching at Embers.
We tried to check out a few other clubs but the lines were so long that we settled on filling our tummies with a few munchies at the Living Room Theater, instead.
A seriously fun night.
See all the pictures here.
Hope your Halloween was filled with lots of fun too.
If you knew how badly my housework were suffering, you wouldn't think this blog seemed nearly so neglected.
Luckily, what's keeping me busy is all interesting stuff. I'm doing some work for Twist Collective including a little behind the scenes stuff, which is challenging but satisfying. I'm, of course, designing some knits. I'm taking some improv classes with my friend, Erica. I'm even taking a few (non-improv) courses over at a local university. So, with all that going on, blogging has necessarily taken a back seat, to ensure those cutie patooties I live with, get a little time with me too.
I hope, for now, you'll be satisfied with a few more doggy pictures. They certainly make me smile.
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Entire set found here.
Created with fd's Flickr Toys.
I have been busy, and maybe a bit distracted lately, so while I have been meaning to blog more, it hasn't been happening.
I want to start by thanking all of your for your well wishes and condolences. I know I've been remiss in replying to people, individually, but just know, it's nothing personal, I'm rude to all people equally.
So, in the spirit of being completely random and a wee bit scatterbrained, here's a collection of largely unrelated things I've been meaning to blog about, but haven't.
A swatch for a potential publication/self-publish/who knows project I've dreamed up. I can't decide if I love this stitch or if it looks like, um, a part of the female that is normally fully covered in mixed company. I am henceforth calling it the Freudian stitch. Please feel free to weight in.
Swatch of a publication piece for Spring. For the amount of ripping I've done on this piece, I could have knit 2 whole garments. I'm not frustrated, I'm just beating my head against the table for sport.
Leo and I carved pumpkins and I have determined that his is way more awesomer than mine. Go ahead, tell me I'm wrong.
Leo's before carving
Leo's after carving
Lastly, I leave you with some freshly flipped-off hummers. I've flipped-off three in the past week, though for one, I had no camera. I'm pretty sure the driver did, indeed, see me and my s*** eating grin, which is just as satisfying as sharing photos with you. I'm a class act. Oh and my friend Erica even helped me. Hooray for partners in
Who on earth still thinks these things are status symbols?