You never can tell...
Thanks for all your cheers about the new haircut. I'm still a little ambivalent about it, but I know my hair went to a good cause and I'm not sorry about that bit. To answer some questions--I've had all sorts of hair styles, from Annie Lennox cropped hair in high school all the way to the long locks that were chopped off last week. To answer Diane's question, I will probably grow it out to one length again, at least to my chin...much like the photo of Harry and me on this blog. This short style keeps getting in my eyes and will be expensive to maintain, since I've got some seriously fast growing hair!
While mentioning Diane...hey, have you checked out The Inside Loop lately? Diane is one of the lovely editors. One of their special skills is turning me into someone with a British "tone" to my writing. I write the article, and they translate it from Southern USA (little grit) to Received Standard English. (Brit) Amazing, really! Luckily, fiber (fibre) festivals are the same everywhere...
I was surprised to see not one person commented on my amazing sock blocker acquisition! I love finding antique or recycled stuff that is perfect for my purposes...and I've left the sock blockers out in my hallway so I can admire them several times a day. After two and a half years of writing the blog, I still find I never can tell what people will find provocative or interesting. Like, I bet nobody even checked out those videos I linked to last time. Anyone looking forward to "You Don't Mess with the Zohan" with Adam Sandler as much as I am? (no, I guess not!? really, check out that link to the trailer. It's hilarious.)
So, I guess the question is--when the post is amusing, do you comment on what interests you? Do you comment on the questions I ask at the end? Do you never comment? What are the bits you find most interesting? ( In the end, is it all about the hair cut? :)
Here's my own response--I think the fiber, garden, cooking and dog stuff is pretty fun, but sadly, I can't show you a lot of what I'm producing, knitwear wise, because of copyright--I'm usually selling it elsewhere. That's why I rely on visiting your blogs for those glimpses of yarn,knitting, and fiber photos!
What do you think? Hints are welcome.