Forays into Fiber Arts, Jewellery, and the odd recipe.
Monday, September 21, 2009
I've been so busy as of late I've had no time to post at all. The Toronto International Film Festival is finally over, so I'm looking forward to having a bit more time to myself over the next little bit. I was worn a little ragged by the unstopping flow of customers, but I have time to rest.
I'm also recovering from a nasty head cold that made me rather bitter over the past week as well. Thank goodness it's almost over!
A little thing that's on my mind that's been bugging me for quite some time is rather.. well, queer. I've been seeing darting shadows, small and close to the ground, that I notice really quickly, and that disappear almost as quickly. It's really disquieting to think that there are somehow mice running around my apartment, even though I have two highly energetic cats!
But then, I started noticing them outside, in parks, darting behind lamp posts and newsstands.. It's really starting to bother me. It's like seeing a small bat or mouse dart really quickly between hiding places. Actually.. That's exactly it. It's like I've accidentally seen something that I wasn't supposed to, and that it's hiding from me.
I know I'm not the only person to have seen things like this, but I'm at a complete loss as to what they really are. A land wight maybe? Whatever it is.. I know most people have no idea what I'm talking about when I mention it. My boyfriend thinks I'm quite insane.
I know I shouldn't be scared or anything, it's hardly a vindictive presence or anything trying to scare me. But then.. Not knowing what it is, is really starting to freak me out.
I just recently graduated from the Jewellery Methods program at George Brown College, and I've been spending my time since then trying to combine jewellery with my other passion, yarn. I also love to cook, brew beer, and spoil my three cats. Yes, I'm that kind of knitting person.