Well Mommy your socks are finished. They are Dove socks from Cat Bordhi's book New pathways for sock knitters.
Yes they look strange but they do fit like regular socks. My mommy is a size 7.5. Much smaller then mine so well I really can not model them (yeah I know a real big disappointment)
I also started the second monkey sock
Here is the last Capitan hat for a long while. It is a great pattern.
Here is a picture of Snickers just so you can see what a 17 pound 4 month old looks like
It took a while to get a somewhat decent shot and it really is not that decent but you can somewhat see how big she is.
I would like to ask for an opinion on something. Today at work a fellow coworker (same position as me) made a comment while I was waiting to talk to my boss. She knows I have RA and well she is not known for being nice. I was out of work 2 days last week because of RA and that well my boss moved me and now there is a big thing going on about moving me back so I can work. Anyway as I was sitting there she said to me that I was a baby and well if I couldn't work why am I trying and that I should go out on disability. WTF!!!!!! I kinda went off on her. Who the f%$# does she think she is. I do have a right to be moved because well I can be. She was moved because well her knee hurt and she could not do the cafeteria because of all the standing that is evolved. Almost every joint in my body is hurting like the devil and I am the one being a baby! I tried to work the cafeteria. I tried rotating in and out of the cafeteria. I tried to be a good sport about it and well my body and RA say nope not happening. So because she made a big stink about her knee (and went over the bosses head) it is ok but me with the disease that might just one day put me in a wheel chair shouldn't work or try to work anymore.
Ok I have to stop because well I am really getting pissed and the kids are around. I am going to go pet some yarn and looking through my new Spin-off magazine