Wednesday, November 29, 2006
(standard knitting post)
First, we have FO's.
Boo! It's a Booga Bag. Guess what's inside! More Noro because now I have to make another one (I think mom needs one). This is the quickest gratification for a knitter that I have found.
Here is one sock. I love the pattern, love the yarn (Lisa Souza in Merino Sock! in Can't Elope), but it is very tiny and the pattern is very futzy, I don't want to tear it out and start the futzy pattern over, so I have started a different sock and this one is going to be making froggy sounds very soon. (Isn't is pretty though?)
Here we have a new purchase from www.ruby297.etsy.com. This is gorgeous. 2007 is going to be a great year for socks at our house!
So, earlier this week we had deep, today we have knitting, later this week we are going to have frivolous because Scarrgo over at Cats & Yarn has inspired me to create a playlist (since she has taunted me with her own creation, which I was rockin' out to in the car today.)
I'm slow tonight, I was puzzling over the color Can't Elope -- finally I get it!
Common Breast Cancer Myths
The first myth pertaining to this disease is that it only affects women.
Second myth that is associated with this disease is that if one has found a lump during an examination, it is cancer.
Third is that it is solely hereditary
The next myth associated with breast cancer is downright ridiculous. Would you believe, that in this day and age, some individuals still think that breast cancer is contagious?
Conversely, some individuals foolishly believe that breast size determines whether or not one gets cancer.
Finally, another myth that is associated with this disease is that it only affects older people. This is not so. Although the chance of getting breast cancer increases with age, women as young as 18 have been diagnosed with the disease.
You can find a number of helpful informative articles on Breast Cancer logo at breast-cancer1.com
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