Friday, September 6, 2013

7 Quick Takes

This past weekend, since it was Labor day weekend, my family and I went up to the lake house that my one set of grandparents owns. We had a nice time up there, though for a lot of the traveling to get up there we got a lot of run, though the weather was nice after that while we were up there. Though I didn't go, everyone else went tubing a couple times.

 Here is the sock that I finished knitting already. I am working on the second sock right now :) The only difference is that the top of the sock is black and burgundy instead of purple and I am replacing one of the  sections with a camo yarn that I used for the toe on this one :) Once the second sock is finished I'll post a picture of both socks together.

On Monday I start a four week photography class that is happening at the community college near my house. Though it is only on Mondays it sounds like fun and I shall have to keep you updated on that :)

And in case you missed this on Tuesday here is a link to the post I did with the pattern for the backpack that I made. You can find the link to the post here.

I found this on Monday evening on Pinterest after getting back from our weekend and, though I wasn't a huge fan of Catching Fire, I thought that the above poster was cool and that fans would like it :)

I found this ^^^^ on Pinterest the other day and it kind of just blew my mind away. And as my sister Yavi said not to long ago, "The Reichnbeck Falls" episode is told from John's point of view.
Since I fell like blowing peoples minds away with Sherlock related things that I find on Pinterest here is something else to think about :) 

Someone else wrote what I posted *points to the pictures under the photo*
"Why does Sherlock act like he’s lost and hasn’t figured out Jim’s entire plan? So he can record what Jim is saying (in sense of a confession) on his phone, which he has in his hand/coat sleeve. The most important parts he probably has recorded. So he steps back down again. Now he’s back to his “normal self” Later, when he’s on the phone with John, Sherlock says: “This is my note."Before he jumps of the building, he throws the phone away, to leave it on the roof." 

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