Our Christmas tree? Yeah… it’s a rubber tree plant
Marc’s family have owned this plant since he was a little boy. His Mom was going to throw it away, when Marc suddenly decided it reminded him of his childhood and brought it home. I was not amused. I don’t have any houseplants because A. I won’t wanter them and B. Plants kind of freak me out… especially big giant plants that sit by the window and stare at me. Yes, I know that it’s crazy. I would say that the tree has grown on me, but that would be a lie. Marc accuses me of trying to murder the plant, but that isn’t true. And we aren’t getting a Christmas tree because there’s really not room, so… happy Christmas, rubber tree plant!
Here is a picture of my Jaywalkers
What’s that you say? They look exactly the same? That’s possibly because I got 4″ down the leg of the last one and had to rip. I was making the larger size, because I’d seen so many people claim they turned out tiny. After 4″ I had to admit that they were going to be huge on my teeny ankles. Plus I did the decrease wrong for the first inch. So I ripped and started over, and this time I am determined!
The sock bug has bitten me hard. I just spent an hour staring at my computer, trying to tell myself that I really don’t need any Trekking XXL sock yarn. Or the “Angel” colorway of Sweet Georgia sock yarn. It’s a sickness I think. I only have a few balls of sock yarn, but I can already see how hard it’s going to be to avoid the temptation. After all, it’s just one skein, right? Not like I’m stashing yarn for an entire sweater. And yes, 25 dollars for a pair of socks would have seemed crazy before, but maybe I just didn’t appreciate socks.
It’s a sickness I tell you!
In other news, we bought a new dresser. It will be half yarn, half my clothes.
It’s a Target special, so last night we spent a good three hours assembling the thing. I think it was worth it though – I really love the dresser, which has mission style slats on the sides. I own the matching desk too.