And yes, last night, the old man WAS snoring.
Last night, I taught a class. A crochet class. Beforehand, I was a little nervous, and a little excited (okay, more than a little excited) at the thought of meeting other crocheters face to face. This was a new concept for me, the face to face thing!
I had a great time last night, I hope the 7 women did, too. And there is a strong possibility that we'll be able to continue meeting at the library monthly, which would be...well...awesome. And maybe our little group will grow to include young, old, experienced, beginner, male, female...
Later today, it'll be off to work for me. I just love getting pages from cashiers asking for price checks, because someone said the sign said one thing (99 cents for example) when, if they would have read the actual words on the sign, they would have realized there was no sign for the item. I had it on my cart with me about to put up. What amazes me is they didn't look at the sign immediately to the left or right of the item, but one that was farther down. One that read clearly Romaine Lettuce. NOT parsley root. I don't mind, though, really, just find it rather humorous.
Not as humorous as some of my co-workers, but far more so than spat out cherry pits.
For those on Ravelry, I'm there too, look for CrochetSal...
And don't forget the contest I talked about last post...you have till November 30. Finding the names of the patterns shouldn't be hard, they're all listed on my site (hint: Christmas patterns, some free, some for sale) NO PURCHASE is necessary.