"I thought she said she was going to London to be the Queen."
You may be thinking
"I'm sure she said she was going to be at the Knitting and Stitching Show at Alexandra Palace in October, like proper royalty."
You may be scratching your heads because that's what you do when something doesn't quite add up.
"Did she go to the show or didn't she, (scratch scratch) because she sure didn't blog about it and it is exactly the kind of thing she would blog about being the big show off that she is."
Of course it is far more likely that you couldn't give a rat's arse what side of the globe One is on at any given moment, but an explanation is in order in case you do. Give a rat's arse, that is.
The Provider of Loaves with Fishes
a.k.a The Bloke
... seemed to think that a holiday on the other side of the world and a looming book deadline (his own) did not sit happily together in the same month. Frankly One was incapable of restraining the inevitable
"I told you so".
But then what could One do? He is after all One's much esteemed Patron of the Knitted Arts and yes, it is not always all about MOI. Mostly but not always.
origin - Papuan
meaning - Beautiful Flower
meaning after a couple of red wines - Fertile Valley
Where were we? Oh yes. Patience. London. Knitting shows.
Dr Fish-head and The Queen of the Tea Cosies are off to London in March 2011 in time for the Spring Stitch and Craft Show at the Olympia in London instead.
tea cosy exhibition for the show and has scored a spot for talking and telling woolly jokes and doing the knit knit can can and signing books and meeting lots of lovely tea cosy fetishist etc etc so One could not be more happy.
Gawn! You are much happier too aren't you - now that you can stop scratching your head.