It's really hard to top a big giant Niebling, so I'm not trying. Plus it's Week 2 of one of THOSE weeks. On the upside, I was allowed to leave the city of Folsom this morning. Trust me, that's a win.
- Return :: To Sender
- Alarms :: Going Off
- State :: Of Emergency
- Picture frame :: Thrown For Distance
- Wreath :: Of Flowers :: Oatcakes
- Arrest :: For Public Stupidity
- Sincere :: Bullshit
- Nathan :: Captain HotPants
- Bag :: Recyclable
- Arched :: Eyebrow
Shall we update?
Yes, Natalie is a TypePad employee. Yes, she did read the post, but was drowning in angry bloggers, which I totally understand. She sews but has not yet learned to knit. Although, she seems interested in taking up the hook. We may be able to pull her to the dark side yet. ;^)
Total Care is HP's version of after-sale customer service. I still think it sounds like fancy-pants aftercare, but I would. They've been quite nice and so far so good. However, I am currently waiting to hear back from the dude who is going to tell me what to do with the computer thingy they FedExed to me yesterday. /blink I emailed him yesterday and still haven't heard back. If I don't hear from him by tomorrow, I'm going to assume he's dead in a ditch somewhere.
The package that went the loooong way to get to me arrived the day after I posted about it. Of course, it did. We saw that one coming. I got an email back from someone allegedly at my post office, who said somethings the computers mis-read the mailing codes. How the computer could read "95" as "00" I don't know, but it's okay. My package arrived and that's good enough at this point.
Did I mention it was 101F yesterday? Yeah. I'm having a good time. Thank goodness the days are shorter now or there might be trouble.
Oh, and I have NOTHING on the needles. Nothing since Saturday when I finished the baby knitting. I have no idea what I'm knitting next or if I am ever knitting something ever again.
However, I am spinning. That makes it okay, right? o.O