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Tres Chic Veronique


We got cable!

Well, look at that. I did not forget the cable! My sil specifically chose this nifty "XO" cable (straight out of the Vogue Knitting book).
I'd like to give a thumbs up to Ann Budd's Handy Book of Patterns. So much easier to follow a pattern than to calculate everything yourself...
(And a thumbs up to everyone's suggestion of having a drink. It helped. I should turn to you for advice more often).

I went to the MoMA this weekend. I took lots of pictures and realized, once I was home, that there is nothing more boring and unoriginal than rectangular pictures of rectangular paintings. And hey, you can buy the poster at the gift shop! Duh. However, I was entertained by all the children in the museum and their reaction to art.
One piece of art was perplexing to us: it is a black acrylic rug (obviously, I'm missing something. Let me know if you can figure it out, ok?). This little girl stared at it for a long time, then made a dash for it. Ah, breaking all the rules, at such a young age...

These 2 little boys had *many* questions in the Jackson Pollock room. (I wish I could've overheard their father's explanations. And the kids' reaction to the concept of "Action painting". Were they dying to go home and try it?)

By Veronique
On Monday, December 19, 2005
At 12/19/2005 06:32:00 PM