You clicked the “About” link because, presumably, you wish to know more about The International Knitter of Mystery.  Of course, the more you know about me, the less Mysterious I become.  And what is life without a little mystery?  I do not plan to write about my job, my family (except when they intercept or prevent my knitting directly), my locality, or the weather.  I plan to blog about knitting, reading about knitting, and thinking about knitting.  I hope to make you laugh (or at least smile), and point you toward Cool Knitting Stuff.  I will tell you what else makes me happy, so that you can decide whether reading what I write might make you happy.

Knitting, of course, is a gimme.

Things I like, in no particular order

  • British comedy
  • Sexy vampire fiction (Anita Blake?  yes! Bella?  no!)
  • Early Lime & Violet podcasts
  • Cats
  • P.G. Wodehouse audiobooks read by Martin Jarvis
  • Douglas Adams (you left us too soon)
  • Live-and-let-live attitudes
  • The new BBC version of Sherlock Holmes
  • Compassion
  • Circular needles
  • Sudoku
  • Coffee
  • Baby toes
  • Hidden object games
  • Hand-dyed sock yarn

Things that drive me round the bend, in no particular order

  • Fan fiction
  • Intolerance and idiocy (which so often go hand-in-hand)
  • Sports, in general
  • Poor editing and misuse of words (you lose weight, not loose it!)
  • White chocolate
  • American remakes of awesome British comedies
  • Acrylic (yes, I am a yarn snob)
  • Meanness
  • Celebrity mania
  • Low fat, low sugar awfulness masquerading as ice cream

Things about which I have no opinion whatever

  • Justin Bieber
  • Whole-grain pasta
  • The Situation
  • Fashion
  • Cloth diapering
  • The state of my lawn

What makes me International, you ask?  This is Teh Interwebs, so we’re all International, ducks.  I am on Ravelry.  I am on Facebook.  But you don’t know who I am <insert evil laugh here>!

I do not Tweet.


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