Losing my blog virginity

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Hurrah!!!

I am no longer a blog virgin… and it didn’t hurt one little bit.

I have been thinking about doing this for a while but never got round to it, but what with uni over until October thought i’d give it a go. The commencement of the blog coincides with my first attempt at Kool-Aid dying tomorrow (well today really, but after some sleep) so my next entry will be either joyous and jubulent or gutted and gruesome. Hopefully with pics if a) can get camara working and b) can work out how to upload pics.

About Me

I spend most of my time knitting or studying. A rather unvaried life for some, but I like it. I am hoping that this blog will allow me to share my knitting and dying triumphs, (and hopefully spinning, if i can find a teacher) and allow me to share my experiences of ME. Knitting and ME are two of the most dominant things in my life so on a day to day basis it is these that either keep me going or drive me down.

On the upside i have a very supportive boyfriend and 6 gorgeous little hamsters who no doubt any regulars will come to know and love – the hamsters that is, not the boyfriend.

All the best for now

Bagpuss

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About Lyndsey-Jane

I love to knit, spin and crochet, usually accompanied by music, a good book or good TV. I have had ME/CFS for 6 years and have been recently diagnosed with a type of inflammatory arthritis.

2 responses »

  1. Good to see that you’re blogging! If you don’t have a camera, do you have a scanner? I find that it is a reasonable way of adding pictures to my blog. Mind you, I’m not suggesting that you scan the hamsters, that would be awful.

  2. I agree with Rosie, the hamsters are better of left unscanned! But, you can sure scan in your knitting projects and yarns and other non-furrycreatures. I am thinking it would be quite a feat to scan my two cats…makes me snicker to think of it. I just got a blogspot when I joined the One Skein Secret Pal Knit Along too. I had NO idea how to do it, but I am doing it now and really enjoying it. I have joined a couple of other groups now, too. Like you, I am a scholar and spend much of my time studying. But, I am on the other end, I am a professor. Knitting is my passion and it works well with the academic side of me. Best wishes to you and I will check your blog and keep up with what is happening in your knitting life, too. Lynda

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