Ocean's Eleven was fun. It had cool gadgets and lots of famous people. After the movie, we went to Johnny Carino's, a fake atmosphere Italian place. I ate too much, as usual. But at least I didn't try to squeeze in dessert!
I was going to mention in my previous entry that it snowed this morning, for the first time since I've been back in CO. It only snowed for about an hour, and it melted soon after, but it was nice all the same. I hope it snows more for Patrick so he knows what winter is like!
I've been knitting a lot while I've been home. I just finished these horribly large mittens, made out of this fuzzy pink boucle yarn that was on sale at Michaels. They are way too big for me:
I think they'd fit a trucker. Or maybe they could be a ski mask for a small child. They're going to Goodwill as soon as I get back to CA. They occupied my time, which is all I care about.
My mom and I went to Fort Collins' fancy yarn store--Lambspun--yesterday. The yarn there was so beautiful. It was too expensive though, so we went to Joanne's instead and bought me some way cheap blue yarn. I'm going to make a sweater coat out of it; the pattern is from the 70's. I found it in my mom's house, tucked away in the basement. That'll take me awhile.
Here's another picture of Mister, my mom's new cat, to entertain you. Once I have access to my camera hardware again, I'll put up some pictures from my dad's house.