But I do wonder sometimes to myself, do people find my blog by mistake? Do they google something that makes mine pop up instead of someone elses? I've read lots of great yarn/knitting blogs, so I know mine is nothing that will win a blog award or anything like that. But if people enjoy reading it, that's good. I do wish people who are popping in for a visit would write a comment to say hi though.
So check out my latest Cluster Maps numbers:
|United States (US)||167|
|Russian Federation (RU)||8|
|United Kingdom (GB)||7|
|Hong Kong (HK)||1|
Once I had someone reading from Australia, but no more. :(
If anyone does read me from Australia, and happens to know my old school friend Morgan Reynolds who last I heard lives in Mila Mila (or is it Milla Milla) please tell her hello for me. After I moved we lost touch. And she's not even on Facebook! It's been 13 years since I last heard from her... and I'll bet I'd break my back if we were to have another wrestling match (we pioneered girl's wrestling back in the day). Too much info? Just pretend you didn't read that then.
Onto more knitty things, then?
I got more mail today, 2 small parcels, in fact. I love getting mail in dreary weather. Grey skies today, with snow that melts when it touches the ground. Cold. Brrr. Good thing I have those new mitts to wear. :)
Today I received my first Ravelry Round Robin swap. It's a little different than the other swaps. You get the parcel, choose something inside that you like, then put something else nice in that someone else would enjoy. I don't think it includes things like chocolate though. It's knitting related items. Here is a photo of my first Round Robin swap parcel.
I added a knitting themed emery board that I purchased at my LYS, which is fun looking to me. And my favourite item, which hopefully will make someone laugh, is the humorous sheep birthday card. You'll have to wait till you get yours in the mail before finding out what it says on the inside. I thought it was funny.