Amazing how much knitting you can get done in one day when you want to get past the fiddly stuff to the mindless part by knit night time. And I did!
I was wrong the other day. It wasn’t rubber from the plate frames, they were plastic, the rubbery grit was maybe road dust? Tire particles, I think. Whatever, still, I tossed the old ones from both cars. Who needs to advertise car dealerships?
The lady at the DMV was right: the car does look better with frames around the plates.
And so at knit night tonight, I half-jokingly, sure I was being outlandish, asked if they sold any that had, y’know, a knitting theme or something.
Sure! Okay if it says I’d rather be knitting above and Purlescence below?
Me, quite surprised: Sure!
How many do you need?
Got’em, and Greg went into the storeroom and to get one for someone else at the table and came back with them.
Me: How much?
Pamela (new employee, old friend): Free, they’re free advertising for the shop.
Me: But but but. Thank you! Cool!
And then I came home with them.
A certain someone grinned, rolled his eyes in great exaggeration, saying, I drive that car, too–and he patiently put up with me.
Well hey, I was just opening a discussion here. His and hers. We need to find/have made a ham radio one for you to go with mine for me, right?
He’s thinking about what he might like his to say. I think it might be a good idea for me to either take my second one back or find someone else who would really like one too.
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