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Worldless Wednesday

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Wikipedia Birthday Meme

While blog surfing this morning I came across this meme at Tricotine’s Blog.  Here are the rules:  You go to Wikipedia.org and type in your birthday (only month & day). Then you write down 3 events, 2 births, 1 holiday, and then you tag 5 friends.

Events:

1839 – The first state normal school in the United States, the forerunner to today’s Framingham State College, opens in Lexington, Massachusetts with 3 students.

1884 Dow Jones published its 1st stock average.

1928First color television broadcast in London.

Births:

1423King Louis XI of France (d. 1483)

1962Tom Cruise, American actor

Holiday:

National holiday in Belarus.

I am tagging anyone that stops by my blog …

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an update

the tank is working up very nice … I can’t wait to finish it.  I am currently working on the left side of the collar and arm hole.  Yesterday I got my email from creative knitting and in it was this blanket, my friends have new babies coming in January, I am thinking I may have to whip a few up.  It is knit with 2 strands of SnC cotton.  But I need to finish the tank first …

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Finially a knitting post

back of tank  It sure has been a long time since I have last posted about knitting and/or knitting related news.  I finished the back of the tank I started a life-time ago.  I like the look of the back … I mean it is pretty straight forward … just knitting and purling.  I CO for the front last weekend lets hope it does not take me as long to knit up the front as it did to knit the back. 

It is June 1st and with that brings the first day of hurricane season … only 5 days of school … and a new set of colors for project spectrum  … June/July colors are Red, Black,  and Metallics

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