Monday, January 23, 2006

Congrats to Mom+SIS+Auntie

Congratulations to Mom+Sis+Auntie for correctly guessing what movie this line was from: "That's what separates us from the animals: our ability to accessorize". The answer was Steel Magnolias. MSisA wins another recipe, her prize of choice.

Here is the next movie line:

"We're in a tight spot".

Good luck, all.

Here is a picture of my finished clogs before felting.
I just wanted to show how big it looks on my foot before shrinking. All I have left to do is tack the two soles together with "a short back stitch" according to the pattern. Since I have no idea what that is, let's see if I can get the teacher to give me 2 seconds of attention tonight at knitting group to show me how to do that. I really am getting frustrated with this group. Oh, and of course I have to felt the slippers so they will fit. I will post a picture when I'm done with that.

Much love to you.

6 comments:

Tim said...

Oh boy that one is on the tip of my tongue. I hope nobody guesses it before me.

Stephanie said...

Ok, I seem to use this line on a daily basis but I can't remember where I've heard it from! I'll guess Ace Ventura. :-)

Mom+Sis+Auntie said...

OH BROTHER WHERE ART THOU?????


and as I was typing it,Tim says: Oh that stooopid movie - I hate that movie.


But I love it. Yes.

Thank you my peoples. thank you.
ALH

Mom+Sis+Auntie said...

K -
you are my so very best friend. I hope you know that.

A -

Katrina said...

A-
So very likewise.
-K

Katrina said...

Hooray for Mom+SIS+Auntie for winning another movie line contest. George Clooney said this line at the place where the mom R-U-N-N-D-O-F-T. I too loved this movie. The Count hated it. What's up with that? I thought it was funny, clever, all those things that a Coen movie should be, and this even without the hilarious Frances McDormand. I'd better get working on those recipes. I will sit with a pad of paper and pencil and pick my Mother-in-law's brain this weekend. She will eat it up.

And A- what would this world be like for me if you weren't in it? To quote the song from Pocahontas: "If I never knew you, I'd have lived my whole life through, empty as the sky, never knowing why, lost forever, if I never knew you."
From the start, my protector, my co-conspirator, my one true thing in a mixed up world. You can't imagine how the wonderful feeling I've grown up with knowing that you have always been on my side. You keep my heart. For always. -K