Sunday, March 07, 2010

Getting back on track-

I'm really excited that my last day is tomorrow. You don't even know. I felt a little bad about quitting, because somewhere in the back of my head is my father's voice saying "Quitters never win, and winners never quit." On the other hand, I also remember him crabbing about people who complain about their jobs "Shit to bits...." At the end of the day, I felt like Sonny, making puddles in the wrong spots and not understanding why people were shouting. It's not good to cower when you go into work. I waited exactly long enough for my postmaster to get his eye surgery, and just a few days longer. And that is enough of that.

My knitting has REALLY suffered lately, between the soul-sucking post office and the Puddlemaster. I was totally gob-smacked to open up Vogue Knitting (S/S 2010) and see THIS:

Oddly, seeing THAT makes me feel better about quitting. Like putting on a comfortable pair of shoes, or sleeping in your own bed after a long trip.

I feel honored as well. I remember pouring over VK in Germany before I understood German, or even knitting, very well. I never EVER expected to see MY knitting in there.

I've got knitting that must not be named on the needles now. And since I have knitting that must not be named, let me leave you with a little something to make you smile:


Chrisknits said...

Good luck with you coming leisure time. Enjoy it!

Della said...

How fabulous to find your work in Vogue knitting and by surprise no less!!

Cindy G said...

VK! Whoo Hoo!I'm excited for you, big time.

Daryl said...

Three things to make me smile.Your beautiful knitting and two happy babies.

Gryffinitter said...

Those kids are too, too cute!

And I has been bragging on that to everyone. The clerk in B&N, my knitting group tonight - all of dem peoples.