Thursday, February 08, 2007

Nameless post

There is a story that Fiona has that has a witch in it called Louhi and at one point she shakes the nameless finger at someone and it is the most powerful finger. I don't know which finger it is though, the picture isn't very clear.

This is a post for the sake of posting, with no particular intent involved. (What a strange choice of words. I can be kind of weird at times. The word weird, always looks misspelled to me.) I had some free time today and I went to my LYS. I wandered for over an hour. I walked out with only five ounces of merino roving. That's not too bad, especially since I was able to use a gift certificate for it.

On reading Elsewhere this evening, I decided to take the Jane Austen Heroine Quiz.

I am Anne Elliot!

Take the Quiz here!

It has been a while since I have read Persuasion, so I honestly can't say if this is good or bad.

I'm finding it much harder now that I am home to keep up with all of the blogs I used to look in on everyday.

The scarf that I am working on is, after a fashion, a prayer scarf. The funny thing is that whenever I try to knit it while chatting, or watching a movie, I always make a mistake. My subconscious is probably trying to tell me to pay attention to what my initial intention was with this scarf, to focus on it and pour love and hope into it.


Tuulia said...

Thanks for your comment on my blog! I am very proud of my mittens. I designed them based on some themes found in fragments of Egyptian socks that are 500-800 years old. If you want the chart, it is free and if you email me, I can send it to you. I just decided not to publish it, since it's merely a chart. You'll find my email address in my profile :)

Pikku- Kettu said...

Hey! Louhi is a Finnish witch! And we call the ring finger "nameless" so there you have it!

This is a day of coincidences. I just read, or rather listened to, Persuasion. I think it's one of the best Jane Austen books, and I think I like Anne even more than Elizabeth. I took the test and ended up being Elinor Dashwood (how boring am I?). :)

telfair said...

I was Elizabeth Bennet, but remember nothing of Pride and Prejudice, so I have no idea whether that is good or bad!

Can't wait to see your prayer scarf!

The Spindling Scot said...

Hi Evelyn, I just opened the sond coffee, yummy! :-)Thank you again.

I was Elizabeth Bennett, no real surprise to me, as I identify with the character quite strongly, and am addicted to Pride and Prejudice.

jackie said...

I'm Elinor Dashwood. I always liked her. But I'm sure that I could never live up to her example.