But first, I have to say that I love my new teeth. They're straight and even, and if not pearly white, then at least a uniform color. Of course, if I said I wasn't happy, after 20 months and about 5 thousand bucks, Jane might smother me in my sleep. I can't wait to floss tonight--my gums are going to bleed like nobody's business, but it's going to be so easy.
OK--now that you know more about my mouth than you ever wanted to, the rest of my knitbloggin', picnickin' photos:
On the not-spinning side of the aisle, Emily (guarded by Tiko) starts a project with ArtFibers' Kyoto. Celia works on her Fair Isle skirt, before heading off for the penultimate performance of SHIFTINGS, at the SF Fringe Festival. I think she was really just warming up her knitting moves before the show. Janine is starting a silk kimono scarf.
Willis impressed everyone with his sweet disposition and excellent obedience. But he tried to eat a bee and it stung him, so he ended up going home with a fat lip.
It would have been nice to bring Josie and Tina along, but unlike the other dogs present, they can't be relied on to play nicely with others and not steal food from the table, so they had to stay home. They got lots of treats while I was baking picnic goodies, though, which I hope compensated somewhat.