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3rd-Feb-2006 01:03 pm
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Tomorrow is family game night, and I'm going to swing by KWA for a little bit first. This week has been so unproductive with knitting. I've had killer headaches again, so my homework is taking twice as long as it should. I want to finish Oliver in the next week, before the Knitting Olympics, but don't know that it is a realistic goal. I have to finish up this class before the 14th and still have a paper to write and a final exam coming down the pipe, in addition to normal discussions.

In addition to not being home tomorrow, my brother also asked me to spend Sunday with him catching up and playing board games that my parents are not interested in (Railroad something or other). So next week will be a busy one for school work, and Oliver may have to wait before he is all done.

Another note on the Knitting Olympics - has anyone notices that there are now more than 2500 participants? I know several knitters not doing this, so this gives an idea of how large the blogging knitting community is.

Someone is this building decided that she wanted to spray paint something (fairly large, rumor has it that it was a big fake plant). So rather than go outside, she did it in a vacant area of the building right across the hall from me. Her office is up a floor or two. So I've spent the morning being nearly asphyxiated on the way to the rest room or on my way to other meetings! That's created another headache, though the smell has finally dissipated somewhat and I can go down the hall to the restroom without covering my nose and mouth and running as fast as I can. And this is on top of already not feeling well.
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3rd-Feb-2006 09:44 pm (UTC)
Anonymous
I chose not to the Olympics for a number of reasons - I am really stunned at that many participants.

Lolly
http://lollygirl.com/blog
3rd-Feb-2006 11:10 pm (UTC)
Me, too. Because I would half of the people I know are NOT doing them. I signed up when there were about 500 people or less and was surprised at how many were already signed up then.
6th-Feb-2006 10:41 am (UTC)
I find people's lack of consideration regarding fumes to be... infumiating. I spent portions of yesterday having reactions to a co-workers perfume and there were a couple of customers who almost knocked me over with their liberal application of scent-mask.

I won't pimp with linkage, but you should mention Renown to your brother. I'd love to have some more testers!
6th-Feb-2006 02:12 pm (UTC)
I sent a link on to him. From what I've read on your blog it looks interesting. (However, you mention that the rules should mention 2nd edition or version of the rules, and I've yet to find the file that does.)

I used to work in a perfume-free workplace, because someone was extremely allergic to most perfumes. It was nice. Never had to worry about not being able to breathe.
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