Someone spammed (I think) a comment on my blog with a link to Underpants with Design Features, with the added comment that they will increase sperm count.
(Okay, it was spam. From this blog
. I suppose you can click it at your own risk.)
Seeing as how Mr. Poops has recently been fixed as to eliminate his sperm count, it seems like an odd solicitation. But I published it anyway just as a service announcement. They do look comfy. I mean, if I had a package, I imagine it would be comfy in those unders.
I don't know which post it goes to, though. I'll look for you and let you know. If you're looking to get your man a pair of snack-huggers that don't hug his snack too tightly.
I've been bad again about updating here, but really not much interesting has happened. Though I do have a few interesting tidbits to bring up, and I should have some good blog fodder in the next couple of weeks.
Stuff I have to report on:
--Shopping excursion to Patternworks and a lovely new yarn I'm liking quite a lot. Berroco Comfort DK. It's 50/50 superfine nylon and superfine acrylic and is machine wash-and dryable. And it feels an awful lot like one of the Debbie Bliss Cashsomethingorothers. Cashcotton. Cashmerino. One of those. Super soft, not squeaky in the least, maybe a bit splitty but not heinously so. I like it. I have a couple of balls each of blue, pink, and yellow to make baby sets. The first one is done and it knits up beautifully.
So I packed all three kidlings up and took 'em yarn shopping. I only attempted to pull it off because I had a list of exactly what I needed and how much so I could go in, grab, pay, and go. So Dave rode in his stroller and the girls were admonished NOT TO TOUCH.
We got in there and the Yarn Ladies made a huge fuss over all three of them, as did my fellow knitters. Dave got fussy, so I parked the stroller in the cotton/baby yarn room and Bug gave him a bottle. Bobo took the totebag shopping basket and held it for me while I tossed the yarn in. She also tossed some choices of her own in as well, which I put back. But you have to admire kid who picks out yarn on her own.
The trip went well, all things considered. They got to have McDonald's as a treat for being so good.
--The 50th annual Canterbury Fair, at which I had a booth. I made about half of what I did last year, owing I guess to the fact that I'm selling wool goods on a 90 degree day and the economy is most definitely NOT booming. Add to that the fact that Sister didn't come with me...well, I was ready to go home by 10 a.m., but I stuck it out.
I got to see my friend and her Morris dancing group perform.
That's her and her sister, her two daughters and two nieces. They did their own dance together because they're all family!
--Some stuff I've been making. Sold some of it, too. I'm not doing any more fairs until the weather is cooler. Screw it.
--A baby boy who has learned to smile and is very cute. Honestly.
Why is it so dark? I don't live in a cave.
--In his "coming home" outfit. He's not happy about posing in it today, even though it fits him better than it did when he actually came home. It's a bit sticky here today. That's why he's not wearing pants with it.
Yeah, it's sideways, but the lighting is better. You can't have everything.
Stuff coming up that should be decent blog fodder, so stay tuned:
--Another big sale at Mr. Poops's work, meaning more new clothes for me! (That's on Friday)
--Bobo's getting her hair cut off (That's tonight, Thursday, at 7. We're planning on donating it to Locks of Love.)
--The annual 300 club dinner at church (Coming on Saturday after 4:30 mass. Steak and lobster dinners. Mmmm.)
--Bobo and Dave's checkups and shots (next Wednesday--or Tuesday, I forget which. They changed the day on me once, so I lose track. It's on the calendar, though.)
There. That should tide you over for a day or two. Actually, I want to do the meme that's on CBear (and other's) blog. I know all about the seven deadly sins!