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February 19, 2005

Nona's Been Busted

"What is that?", nona-sister asked accusingly.  "That" was a crumpled brown grocery bag I pulled out as we sat down after dinner.  "That's not your knitting is it"?, nona-sister continued.  nona-sister, who has been properly brain washed by nona's insistence on respecting your knitting, was horrified at the thought that the garbage bag -- I mean grocery bag -- might, just might, contain my knitting.

"I can explain", I insisted, "It was raining and I wanted to take my knitting to nona-son's baseball game, and my knitting is so big that I didn't have a nice bag handy, and the grocery bag has nice handles, and, and, and..."  Never mind, there's no excuse for the bag -- nona's been busted!

(If I were a curious reader, I'd move my mouse over the bag.)

February 19, 2005 in Vignettes From the Life of a Knitter | Permalink



I had more fun than a cat, clicking on the bag. Nona's blog is fun fun.

Posted by: kathyb | Feb 20, 2005 7:04:38 PM

Nona, thanks for showing us it's ok to have a set-back! Love the bag-mouse trick!

Posted by: nona friend the oldest | Feb 21, 2005 5:34:17 AM

It's hard to pull the wool (er...yarn) over nona-sister's eyes.

Posted by: Nona Bo-In-Law | Mar 3, 2005 12:44:14 PM

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