It’s not a datedate (American title: Eeeek! Is it too late to lose twenty pounds by Friday?!)
A coworker is setting me up on a non-date (I don’t need the pressure of a date-date) with a church friend of hers. I’m not sure I’m ready for a blind date, something about first date+doofus=many opportunities for embarrassment=stress.
He’s a computer game designer (employed!) who looks to be in his mid-30s to mid-40s. I’ve only seen one pic and am horrible at guessing ages (I recently found out a friend I thought was “my age-ish” is my mom’s age-ish). She assures me there is no obvious reason for him to be single.
I’ll keep you posted. Let’s just hope it’s not the train wreck it could be. I have some suspicion that she may think we would be a good match based on the fact that we’re the two oldest people in her circle of friends…
Yesterday, the DHL guy finally tracked me down after three unsuccessful attempts. I thought it was the MCY yarn I’m still waiting for, but it was… (cue the trumpets) the 2008 Knitting Pattern a Day calendar. With my pattern. There are some cute patterns and one pair of socks (at least) that I will be making. There are quite a few sock patterns. I think this calendar is improving with each year. Nary a garter stitch scarf pattern to be found. 😉 Scroll down to get info on how you can contribute a pattern to next year’s edition. (Yes, I’m too lazy to link to it. It was only last week, you can scroll that far.)
Still haven’t gotten that second skein of yarn from MYC. It’s in the post, though, so that can’t be controlled. Just for the record, I got a very polite email from them letting me know that it had been posted and thanking me for my business and asking me to contact them if it hadn’t arrived in two weeks (that will be Thursday) since it was sent 1-5 day (domestic) mail. Since the label is in English, I’ll give them through the weekend.