I'd always thought that was reasonably new but Barbara Stanwyck said it on "Meet John Doe" in 1941. Gregory Peck can play imaginary baseball in my house anytime.
Speaking of finishing a sweater, Mary Tudor's sleeve was duly frogged and obsessively knit Wed, Thurs and Friday of last week. Some of you might notice that Thursday was also Christmas. My family seemed to be somewhat emphatic on that point. So Thursday, aka Christmas also had church, the exchanging and opening of presents, dinner and obsessive knitting. What could be better?
Despite all that effort, not only did I not finish the sweater, I'm not even back to where I was before I frogged it. I am on the same chart repeat though.
And then in the category of No Ignoring of Familial Obligations shall go unpunished, I was smote with the most miserable headache. Not a migraine - at least my migraine drugs were completely ineffective. I just felt.....icky. and the stupid thing didn't go away. For days. The only time I got on the computer was to throw more stuff in my Ravelry queue and then I'd have to lay down and wait to die.
But as it turns out, thankfully I didn't.
I can't believe the year is over. And I pretty much missed the last ten days of it. I've only got a few hours to come up with some new resolutions I'm not going to keep for next year.
What's the one resolution you really WANT to keep?
Happy New Year!!