If you have some kind of stat counter on your blog, what are the strangest search keywords used that have landed someone on your blog? Looking at the search keyword list on my stat counter, I've come to realize that there are very few people who can spell 'Little Bunny Foo Foo' correctly, and there are a surprising amount of people out there looking for pictures of a Baboon's Ass. The strangest one on my search keywords list, is Whip Porn. That guy got to see a post of mine titled 'WIP's and Yarn Porn'....lol That must have been a disappointment for him....LMAO
I want to say thank you to those who have commented and emailed me to wish me well. I have high hopes that this antibiotic is kicking this infections ass. It's stronger than the one I had before, and this one is supposedly designed to stay in a persons system fighting bacteria for two weeks after they finish the pills. I have another Dr's appointment soon, so we'll find out then how things stand. At this point I'm just hoping that the repeated ear infections haven't caused any permanent damage to my ear.
Despite my ear/sinus crap, I have been knitting.
I've started an Adamas Shawl using my STR lightweight in Korppi. I am currently on my sixth repeat of chart 2. It's really working up quickly, and it's a rather simple pattern, so it's good for working on during the evening while DH and I watch movies. I tried to get a good pic of all the subtle colors in the yarn, but I couldn't come close. In this pic, you can clearly see certain shades of the purple, but there are several more subtle shades of purple, and a few subtle shades of green, too. This yarn is really beautiful.
I also have a FO. The Anastasia Socks are finished. They are going to be given to my best friend for her birthday (which was on the 2nd, but between illness and work we haven't had time to get together to celebrate yet). I finished these on the 1st, so they were a pretty quick project (just about 1 1/2 weeks). I think I'm going to knit a pair for myself. This is a pretty pattern for showing off multi-colored sock yarns, and have several of those in my stash waiting patiently to be used.