Andrea was kind enough to start a Ravelry group for my designs!

While I’m away (T minus 10 days and counting…eeeeek!) I might be a little slow on the email, so it would be super if you guys ask the group if you have questions about any of my patterns.

Meanwhile, I’ve been watching lots of Dexter and knitting frantically trying to get my Lucy done in time for the trip (along with some other accessories…we’ll see!).

Except for the other day, when we went to get our shots – Hep A and Typhoid immunizations. Ow. Sore arm.

158.365 - bandaids are sexy, right?

I’ll be back with actual content!

15 Responses to “cool!”

  1. Jennifer

    Ooh – that’s great. I just joined the Ravelry group. What a nice thing to do. Hope you have a great trip and that your arm isn’t too sore for too long.

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  2. Bruxa

    Oooww…. don’t you feel butterflies in the stomach?! I would, if I was only 10 days away from such an exciting trip!!

    I would be scared and excited, anxious and happy, all the same time… Hope you have a wonderful trip Laura! Please take tons of pictures to show us when you come back and make us die of envy ;)

    Meanwhile I’ll join the Rav. group because I love your patterns and have a few of them in my immediate queue! :)

    Regards from Spain!

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  3. jae

    hi laura,
    long time, hey? i’m hoping you can remember the name of the website where we got the template for my blog…
    thanks so much!

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  4. Lauren

    I just finished the first season of Dexter … I swear in those last few episodes my tension was much tighter!

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  5. sil

    Yay! How exciting. You’ll have a super time. How could you not. Take lots of pictures.

    Traveller tip #1: don’t forget to bring an empty nalgene type water bottle to fill up after security, so you can drink lots of water during the flights.

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  6. sari

    i had a hep shot the other day too, its a sucky one.
    your hair is very cute in this picture.
    i hope you have a fantastic trip!

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  7. Trine

    I remember when we moved to Africa when I was young – I can’t count how many shots we had to have, and we had to eat a small pill every day for a month leading up to our departure. I HATE pills, so just this was torture (I had them mashed into my morning yoghurt) but we also had to take a giant (seemed like thumb-size to me) pill. My brother just swallowed it, but it took me hours, a lot of crying and bribing with chocolate, before I swallowed mine. Ngah.

    I hope you have a great trip, Laura! :) I especially look forward to the pictures. You certainly deserve a trip like this – I hope I get to go on a similar trip one day.

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