Sunday, July 12, 2009

The Magazine for Website Success

I woke up at five this morning; even before the roosters. I found poor Ramsey dead. Since she still had some mobility, I was half hopeful that she would have become an invalid indoor bunny. She does leave an enormous legacy of descendants outside.



Bless her poor heart. I will miss her.

In other news, my Bunny & the Beast was mentioned by someone on Ravelry. If you do not have a Ravelry account, the link probably won't work.
But if you do have a Ravelry ID, then why not flashmob her comments with nice things about me and my stuff? I could use a lift, and a little buzz.

Susan at The Spinning Bunny just sent me money for several batts of mine that sold. She has been a real and true friend. I will be sending her more of my stuff in the next week or so.

The money was a welcome thing, as Sweetie's unemployment claim has yet to have a hearing, and our funds are dwindling fast. His friend, with whom he was going to work, was hospitalized with pneumonia and is still feeling puny. Sweetie has been actively looking for work, but things are just slow here. Things are probably slow everywhere.

On the knitting front, I finished the second little cloche hat yesterday. It's made out of different bits of leftovers, some Fuzzy Nuggets and some Bunny & The Beast. I have even written up the pattern. Not for the purple and green, but for a plain knit. For the one pictured here, I just "wanged it" as I went along.

4 comments:

Valerie said...

Aww, so sorry about Ramsey but at least she died in some comfort instead of miserable and starving. You bring a lot of kindness into your little buns' lives, all the way to the end.

The hat's darling. (Wish I could wear a cloche, but I'm a pinhead, and those snug hats just emphasize the fact.)

Wanderingcatstudio said...

Very cute hat! I'm sorry about the bunny.

Shay said...

I read something on slate this week to the effect that the recession is over.

Couldn't tell it by anybody around here!

zippiknits said...

Your little bunny loves have a great sort of life and you are so kind to them. Sorry to hear about Ramsey has flown away to the stars...but you gave her lots of love, here.

I don't think the recession is over; the powers that be may just want us to loosen the purse strings. Na ah... step back from my wallet, please!

I have seen your beautiful yarns and color rovings. Glad you got a mention on Ravelry which is way big. That little hat is adorable. Good luck to Sweetie in the job wrangling. Sheesh what a time we are having.