I think I really need to bring my Journey Wheel upstairs to join this tete a tete, don’t you? Now that the Kiwi has moved on to a new spinner, the two left in my bedroom are busy getting to know each other. Up until now, the Kiwi and the Lendrum have been the ones next to each other, but now, when not being actually spun on, the Little Gem is hanging out with the Lendrum.
They look kind of cute together, actually, with the Lendrum leaning in . . . Does anyone remember the discussion about “leaning” in the movie “While You Were Sleeping?” I did so love the appalling character of Joe Jr . . . Mom and I stayed at an Inn once that had one of its own and he was awful in person, but the character in the movie? Sort of sweet in his overbearing, kind of obnoxious way…
And then you *leaned*
And then I leaned.
Okay, how did I lean when I leaned?
It was a lot different from hugging. Hugging’s very different. Hugging
that involves arms and hands; and leaning is whole bodies moving in
[leans toward her suggestively]
. Leaning involves *wanting*… and *accepting*. *Leaning*…
Hey Luce! Is this guy bothering you?
[Laughs] No, no.
Are you sure? Because it looks like he’s *leaning.*
I have been working on my mystery-I-can’t-tell-you-about-it project, so my “unshielded” knitting projects are now going slower than ever . . . As if that Celtic Icon that I’ve been working on since October really needed MORE time in the knitting bag.
Speaking of worrying, this situation worries me a whole lot. And I not the only one. Not least because this is one of my favorite non-knitting blogs, but because it’s just wrong on so many levels. I don’t want to discuss them here, but, well, this is one of those things that you either understand (which I’m guessing most of the people reading my blog do), or you don’t (in which case, why are you here?) There are just some really sick people out there…. Not you, of course, but you know, those other people….