Friday, July 27, 2007

Rock My World

I've been tagged. Me. I never thought it would happen. Really. I have a small but loyal group of friends, but really. This was so unexpected. I'm the one who is afraid to push the "add to my friends" button. Like they are going to find out and scream "Nooooooooo, we don't know you!!!


Nevertheless, Ayelet has honored me with the Rockin' Girl Blogger badge and besides being thrilled, shocked and embarrassed all at the same time, I now have to pass it on to 5 other Rockin' Girl Bloggers. Most of whom don't even know who I am! Ladies you may not know me, but your blogs help Rock My World.

  1. Amy at mya finari posts. Her blog was one of the first I subscribed to and her help, by example and in her emails to me, during my Capecho crisis will never be forgotten.
  2. Sandi Wiseheart, editor of IK's Knitting Daily. It may be Sandi's job to write that blog, but she really puts her all in to it. And anyone who is going to give me a free a Bust Dart chart deserves an award.
  3. Duck Knits blogger, who shares my Arietta passion and was my first official knitting friend in SF. We're even going to meet up for a SF yarn crawl!
  4. Manda, Knitting Psychos podcast star. She bravely moved across the country to the Bay Area just as I too was packing house to do a little transcontinental jaunt! And she kept up her knitting throughout!
  5. Ruth of Knitting on Impulse, whose photos, whether they be knits, dyes, flowers or something else entirely, always make me dream and drool. Usually at the same time.

Grab your badge, Ladies, and Rock On!


3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Other clearly share in the value of your hi-jinx (and adventures)! And yes, your Mommy's got it goin on , too. Gutte Shabbos from our side of the world.

Amy said...

I am flattered! Thanks. You rock too! I should mention to you that I have weird plans for that capecho. It started to grow over time!

yona said...

Tante J-
You ARE a rockin' girl blogger!! I wish you were still in this country to mentor my knitting some more!
(And am I glad once again that I am a blog reader, not a blog writer.)