Mass Consumption

Posted on Nov 25, 2005. 0 comments

We Americans really know how to turn any Holiday into occasions focused around food and shopping. And this year I've partaken generously of both. But I will fit into those new jeans I got by awaking extremely early and fighting for with the great unwashed masses. I figure elbowing crazed Suburbanites while vying for low priced Gap Jeans must have burned a minimum of 10,000 calories. Or waiting in line a lot, that probably burned many, many portions of turkey mashed potatoes, green beans, biscuits, and Pumpkin Pie.
No Thanksgiving Holiday is complete without a picture of the (pre-cooked) star of the show. The Husband is quite proficient at Turkey Baking.
Almost as proficient as he is with the KachaKacha. At least he is highly skilled in sarcasm.
I finished the Brooks Sweater. The sweater has been one of those projects where I feel slightly let down because it's over. I imagine I'll be making another version of this pattern in a quieter color.
Next is comes the blocking (and breath holding). I'll revisit the half stitch per inch discrepancy then.

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