Knitting during church
Saturday April 06th 2024, 9:19 pm
Filed under: Garden,Knit

It’s conference weekend. There were two two-hour sessions and one ninety minute one, and Sunday there will be two more two hour ones.

I had finally reached the part where I was doing one color straight across, the exception being the soaring raptor to come and then somehow I got all of that done, too. (Even if crumpled in the embiggened photo.)

The afghan has been taking 4.5 rows an inch, I did nine rows, and the tape measure says that today I added…black hole alert…0″.

Re the conference. During the first two sessions today, there were, as always, beautiful flowers at the podium.

But one kept grabbing my eye. It was an anthurium, and the camera kept hitting it just wrong: in trying to focus the lighting on the speaker, it turned it into a large floral eyeball looking back at the audience in Ukrainian yellow and turquoise, complete with a dark pupil where the spadix split the spathe (plant part definitions in link) up the center.

In the third session it appeared as if someone had moved that one plant. Just a bit.

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Educate me. Is this something that has been broadcasted since COVID or from before that?

Comment by Afton 04.07.24 @ 7:07 am

A friend of my husband’s used to say, “I cut and I cut and it’s still too short!” Long knitting projects seem to follow. Glad they moved the plant.

Comment by DebbieR 04.07.24 @ 9:37 am

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