Addicted to Knitting

I blew it!

Posted on: August 30, 2008

I don’t know how to explain this but I really blew it! A while back I took a bunch of stuff to the thriftstore. I was so proud of myself, I had several boxes and a few bags of stuff that was no longer needed. You may remember this day, the day I found the bargain on yarn? Yep that’s the day alright. I unloaded all the stuff from the back of the van and unknowingly unloaded my husbands sound mixer.  It doesn’t seem to matter that he left it in the van for 7 days when he never leaves it there. I called the thrift store and they sold it. I am so depressed about this!

6 Responses to "I blew it!"

Oops, that’s awful. maybe God has a better mixer in store for him, there is a reason for everything right?

I’m so sorry! That’s a terrible accident but I agree with Aunt Kathy. Things like this happen to all of us, but when the dust settles I always find that God had a plan. It’s interesting that as your post loaded on my computer the first thing I saw was Hebrews 2:13, “I will put my trust in Him.”

Oh what a shame! I know just how that feels – wanting to roll back the clock and get a re-do.

I had wanted to tell you that I had knit up my wonderful prize! Instead of making the scarf, I made a beaded bag using the Mirage and beads, and my own design (sort of a knit as you go).

Once I’ve sewed it up and attached the strap (if it works out), I’ll send you a photo if I can get someone to take a photo for me.

I never would have tried beaded knitting if it were not for your contest – thanks so much!

opps! I hope he isn’t too upset! I know I’ve made big flubs before so here’s a hug.

Thanks for the post on my blog! I’m having so much fun with the dishragtag. 🙂

Aw, that’s too bad…on the one hand. On the other hand it’s an excellent opportunity for your husband to be forgiving & you to not beat up on yourself too terribly bad. (I can hear how bad you feel about it, and that was such an easy mistake to make.) Tests & trials sting, but they all come around for those who are called. I’ll help pray you through this one.

Oh, I’m so sorry to hear this. That must have felt awful.

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