Me: It's a photo shoot. I'm blocking a snowflake. Stay off the sheet, okay? No cats allowed.
Me: Oh, brother!
PH: Look. Wrinkles! These must go. Holey sheet!
PH: Those holes! What are they doing there?
Me: Well, there's this story that goes along with the holes, see. I thought it might make a cute entry for my blog.
Me: Whoa! Whoa! Wait a minute! You can't just take my camera! Wait! You don't have thumbs!
PH: Oh, yeah? Who needs thumbs.
Me: Why does my life feel like a Garfield cartoon?
PH: Are you calling me fat?!
Seriously, folks. That is what a snowflake looks like with a background attached. I finished another one since this one and it is blocking right now on the same holey sheet. You know, even the backgrounds are fun to do. It's a little different for each flake, so you have to pay attention, but you don't get bored.
So, why does the sheet have two holes in it? Well, it was just the best costume ever! Okay, maybe not the best, but after PH forced me into giving it a big build up, now I feel a little dumb saying that I went to a party with this sheet over my head, with two holes cut in it for eyes, and declared myself the "Gingham Ghost". Spoooooky! Kind of Charlie Brownish. Hee hee hee! The best part I saved for last. It's a fitted sheet! Har har har! So, I'm cheap. It wasn't even my own sheet. Heh heh.
Well, now that I've cracked myself up, I'm going to sign off and knit another snowflake background and watch, Silverado, with DH. He's big into westerns. I'm getting kinda fond of them myself. Please, come back!