Friday, March 12, 2010


I can't talk now.

I have become obsessed.

With this:

And this yarn will not prevail. 

It will not win.

What is it about a tangle?  It quickly becomes personal . . . a vendetta . . . a statement on my capability in all things.

Do you think throwing it would help? 

Well, you would be wrong.  I think it will help.  And I've actually just done it. 

I will let you know whether it began to see things my way once I retrieve it. from the dining room.

Right now, it's thinking about what it's done.

If it still resists, I will fashion it into something like this:

Then it will be sorry.

Don't cross a knitter.


Chickens in the Basement said...

You whip that yarn into shape! Nothing like a ball of yarn with a bad attitude!

Happy weekend!

Cat said...

Oh, my! I think the yarn in time out for that is totally appropriate! Sic 'em!


Weza said...

I wouldnt mess with you

Rose said...

It's around 11 p.m. Friday night and I just got around to reading your blog! So...who's winning the or the yarn?

I'm the same way with a tangle...can't stand it to get the better of me!!

BTW, I like the floor on which the yarn was thrown. It's very much like the floor under my breakfast bar.

Have a good weekend.


bad penny said...

he he - I get Joe to untangle necklaces & hubby spent hours & hours untangling one of those beaded door hanging things we had bought Jess- he's far more patient than me !

Mumsy said...

I hope you win the battle with that's frustrating when it has its own mind..

Claudia said...

Oh, I know what you mean! I get obsessed when there is a tangle and can't stop until I deal with it.


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