Friday, March 06, 2009

Too Low

Here's a picture that I've posted before, but it's one of my all time favorite pics of Son #2. It was taken... hmmm.... 6 or 7 years ago:

travis after first start

And here he is recently on his 15th birthday (he loves having his picture taken. not.):

T bday

DH was out of town so I took the boys out for a pasta dinner. They were all well behaved and I thoroughly enjoyed the time with them, in spite of the lady who sat across the room with her back towards us in her slightly too low on the hip jeans. I was hoping my dear 11 yo wouldn't notice but before we left I leaned over and casually asked him if his view was the same as mine. He nodded in the affirmative with a single word, "Crack". Sigh. So for my public service announcement of the day:

Please, for the love of humanity, keep it covered gals!

Anyway, I just received my first shipment from The Loopy Ewe Sock Club! I'm so excited! I've never been a part of a sock club before so it was great fun to open a package with a mystery yarn, pattern, and other goodies. I'll get pictures up soon, but don't want to spoil it for anyone who might still be waiting for theirs to arrive. (But I will tell you that the yarn is one of my absolute favorites!)

In the meanwhile, here's a peek at my Ene's Scarf which has me thoroughly addicted.

Ene's Scarf

10 comments:

Lydee said...

crack me up! lol!

5elementknitr said...

Happy Birthday #2 Son!!

Laura said...

Poor boys!

Your shawl is so elegant! I love the color, but working with it would really do a number on my eyes. How do you do it?

Cecilia said...

Tammy, I love reading your blog (mother of boys dontcha know), and pardon me, but, does the lens of your camera need a little windex? you have random blurry spots although otherwise the pictures look great! love that gray yarn!

Tammy said...

That's funny about the blurry spots. My eyes are bad so I thought it was just me until I noticed it on several photos. Yep, time for windex. :)

km said...

My boys are still young enough we can usually divert their attention. Only a few more years.

I took part in my first sock club this year. I loved the surprise in each box. My only disappointment was the complainers on the Ravelry group. Just got my box...don't like this one...who wants to buy it?! I think it's fun to get something you wouldn't normally buy for yourself. Can't wait to see what's in your box.

Donna Boucher said...

Happy Birthday to your very handsome son!

marit said...

Happy Birthday to a handsome son!
Love the shawl!

Auntie Pudentaine said...

I not only love that scarf/wrap but the yarn looks beyond gorgeous!!

Chrisknits said...

The shawl, she is purtty!