Saturday, February 04, 2006

Cold Foot

Hmmm...Have you ever had a problem where one foot is cold, but the other isn't? I keep walking around wondering - what is up with my cold foot? My other foot is warm and toasty. It is quite comfortable actually. It feels like it is wrapped in little baby hugs. Maybe, I shouldn't be asking why I have a cold foot, but why I have a very, very happy foot!

Maybe it's because it is wearing this...


What could that be? Could it be true? Did Dis actually finish her first EVER sock? Why yes, yes she did :-) This is the sock that was started at the end of September, mind you. So this is a big deal! Just look at that cute little toe! It actually covers my foot!

I now know what the fuss is all about. Boy, there really isn'y anything like a handmade sock! I honestly don't even think I've even seen a real handmade sock in person before. Lots of blog socks, but in person - wow! So cool! I think that socks might just be my permanent take-it-to-the-office project.

Ok, all done gushing. I just couldn't help myself. As for other matters, my brain is officially fried. Ask me how I did on the LSAT? I have no idea, but it is DONE, DONE, DONE. I don't even care how I did. It is over and that is all that matters. Now I can get back to normal like and catch up on all those things I've been putting off because of that blasted test. A couple of notes on the LSAT: 1) I was the only one around me that didn't have that big red bar across their driver's license that tells a bar tender when that particular individual turns 21. 2) The good people over at the LSAC must be a fan of this blog - there was a Disentangled sighting in one of the questions - now ask me how long that threw me off track as I got excited over the blog fodder. 3) If there are sparrows in the fountain, the ravens can only be in the pool.

8 comments:

Mouse said...

Congrats.. the sock looks fabulous! I could never understand the big deal about a knitted sock either until I finished my first one (its still not a pair) and tried it on. Hand knitted socks are the most amazing thing ever.. I totally agree.

Glad you're done with your LSAT test.. I never took them because I have horrible test anxiety so I'm totally in awe of anyone who could make it through a gigantic test like that without passing out or throwing up. Yay!!

Chris said...

*happy one-footed sock dance*

It's gorgeous! You go!! I always have a sock tucked in a small stuff sack in my purse for those pesky meetings and such.

Glad the LSAT is over and you survived. Whew!

Nasus said...

Yay! It's done! (comment applicable to your first sock and the LSAT). I'm so proud of you!

Nonnahs said...

Ditto for me (re: both accomplishments)! Good for you! Your sock looks SO GREAT! I have been working feverishly on mine...hope to make some good headway during the Super Bowl...

Theresa said...

Congrats on both - the sock looks just like a sock should!

christine said...

Glad you made it through the LSAT! I WAS thinking of you........
More importantly, the socks look wonderful!

Julia said...

Yay! One down, one to go!

Melissa said...

ok, I think you have convinced me that I must knit socks... maybe after the olympics!
congrats on being done with the LSATs ;)