Good Morning All,
It's a beautiful morning here in Eastern PA and I was the first person in line at my voting place! Let me tell you, the new paper ballots we have to use are a PITA. What a SLOW process. You have to color in all the circles (just like a test in high school) and then you feed your ballot into a machine where it is scanned. My ballot was spit out by the machine the first time and landed on the floor! I'm not sure why we switched from the machines to a paper ballot...does anyone know? Maybe Kat will have the answer - I know she is working the polls in Pittsburgh today.
Anyhoo....Dee had suggested I try dragging and dropping pictures into the blog, but I could not get that to work at all. Araignee commented yesterday that by switching to HTML mode she was able to add pictures.
Look Ma, it worked!!! That's the sock picture I tried to add to yesterday's post. Sadly it hasn't changed one row. I never was able to knit last night. Maybe I can finish it up and Kitchener it at lunch. This picture is much lighter than the colors are in real life. There is a strong red, blues, etc. This looks more yellow and pinky to me. Either way it's pretty!
Yesterday ended up being a very busy day for moi. But a good one. The lunch out was nice - we were celebrating Sheryl's (Bobby's assistant) 60th birthday. There were just 8 of us for lunch at a local restaurant, and it was very good. I did have my review later in the day which went well, but then a flurry of e-mails came through that I needed to attend to and I ended up leaving work much later than I normally do...and I needed to stop for wine on the way home. This is why:
My words of wisdom, thanks to Fletch who saw this in some publication and cut it out for me. It's true!!
Both Fletch and I are slowly feeling better. Fletch is not as raspy sounding, though he is still coughing a lot. I am still sleeping so much! Nine hours straight through last night (which is why no knitting was accomplished...and no reading either!).
Hope you are all doing well. Please remember to VOTE. Yes, it's an off-year election, but still important.