For somebody who is supposed to be getting rest I'm moving around an awful lot.
Posts-in-progress are stacked up at my end like a pile of unread Little Golden Books on the president's night table. The trip to Pennsylvania was wonderful enough to need two entries, not one. And there was a 1,000 Knitters shoot on Friday night on the South Side that was a rip-snorting good time.
Before I can finish those lengthy reports, however, I have to put up something shorter but time-sensitive.
Thanks to the kind generosity of the Camellia City Stockinettes of Sacramento, California, the first 1,000 Knitters shoot to take place outside the state of Illinois will be happening Saturday, November 3 from 10 am–4:30 pm at Synergex International Corporation, 2330 Gold Meadow Way in Gold River.
The shoot will open to the public (those who aren't members of the guild) at 2:30 pm.
The guild tells me there's ample parking. I have so little experience of such a thing, living in Chicago, that I may ask to go and visit it.
Dolores, who is still in search of a look-alike,* is planning on coming with me. I thought I was safe, since she's been hesitant to leave the house; but apparently Ann Coulter has temporarily abandoned her surveillance post to follow Elizabeth Edwards on the campaign trail.
*Nota bene: if you'd like to enter the contest, please remember that the images you submit must be yours - snagging images off the 'net that were created by other people won't cut the mustard. Dolores is very particular, in case you haven't noticed.