Last Monday, as I was walking to my table at lunch, I passed a table that was totally empty except for my math teacher, as well as on Wednesday and Friday. And apparently on Thursday, a friend was in her class, and she made a remark to the class that no one sat with her at lunch. So, fast forward to today at lunch, when I once again noticed that my teacher was sitting all by herself on my way to my table. My friends and I were all discussing the math test we had earlier in the day, and I suddenly felt the need to go sit with her… so I got together some friends and we went to finish our lunch with our math teacher It was a tad awkward at first, but once we started asking her about different problems on the test she totally got into math teacher mode and was showing us how to do all sorts of problems and easy ways to memorize different equations. I’ll admit that talking about math with a pre-cal teacher isn’t the favorite lunchtime activity of 4 teenaged girls, (and I ABHOR math), but it made her so, so, SO happy, so it was worth every single minute–and now I feel MUCH more confident about the semester exam ]]>

I’m probably about the millionth person to ask, but I notice that Wollmeise is gone from the yarns page — usually it’s there but there’s nothing underneath it, to show that you don’t have any at the moment. Does its disappearance mean you’re no longer carrying it?

]]>My KFs slapped my hands at knit night last night as I was trying to buy yarn during sneak-up on my Blackberry and ignoring them. Paypal was a problem (I think that was payback for my friends.) so had to wait till home. I’ll apologize to them next time.

We loved Starbucks decorations!

]]>Also, I must agree with Wendy that Sheri stands out far above the rest for her amazing dedication, integrity and warmth. It’s no wonder we all love her so much! ]]>