September 15, 2005
Mad Eye Moody
This is what I have to share when I got no knitting content! Yes, this was the excitement yesterday
6 stitches!!!!!!! What a trooper!
Oh and his school pictures are on Monday. That will be a hoot.
Boys! He bumped heads with another kid in gym. He got the worst of it. Here is a shot of him this morning when I told him he didn't have to go to school!
I use way to many Harry Potter references! But that is what I am calling him.
I do have a little knitting content! I forgot to share something! I am in the Better Pal swap and I received these lovely things from my better pal
Its a Wizard of Oz Tee shirt! I LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!
She also sent me this
Pretty note cards and a beautiful shawl pattern! Thank you Better Pal!
Oh and I am going here on Saturday! It is a small fiber fest! I can't wait! I am draggin Mad Eye with me!
Posted by beth at September 15, 2005 05:16 PM
oh no!! thats awful... wish him my best... Jessica's boy broke 3 fingers on Saturday... i hate it when kids get injured, so sad :-( i've never had stitches or broken bones, i'm in for a real treat when osteoporosis sets in!! haha
Posted by: missa at September 15, 2005 06:52 PM
Poor sweet baby, I hope he's feeling better.
Posted by: Anna at September 16, 2005 04:48 AM
I never had stitches as a brat and I never broke any bones. So don't say "Boys!" all exasperated! LOL
Maybe I was just a big sissy...Was? LOL
Posted by: Jon at September 16, 2005 09:28 AM
Ohhhhhhhh...poor guy. But really, 6 stitches isn't too bad. It makes him look tough. :) And hey...if it got me out of work for a day, I'd probably smile about 6 stitches too.
Posted by: Suzanne at September 16, 2005 10:00 AM
Whoa! Poor little guy. Hope it heals up soon.
Have fun at the fiber fest ;)
Posted by: Lolly at September 16, 2005 10:41 AM
That other kid must have a steel plate in his head! Geez!
Posted by: Christie at September 16, 2005 11:52 AM
But he looks "tough" - that usually makes boys feel good - it just makes my daughter cry harder :) I hope he feels better soon.
Posted by: Amy Boogie at September 17, 2005 11:06 AM