Sunday, January 27, 2008

Sin of the week, 1/27/08

I regret to inform you that I have no spectacular crimes to report this week.

I could, of course, give a run down of all the minor crimes, but I am already bored with the idea of listing all my hateful thoughts, moments of impatience, and cookies ingested. I didn't even drink too much on my birthday (despite much encouragement from friends, waiters and busboys and the entire upper west side).

So today I am going to shake things up a bit and describe a sin I am planning on committing this afternoon: I am going to the yarn shop (again) and while I am there, I am going to surreptitiously take a picture of a pattern grid I need to complete a certain long overdue project. Yes, I should buy the book. Ordinarily, I would, but I already own the book. The difficulty is that I can't look at it because it is at Buzz and Leta's and I don't have time today to go all the way to NJ today. So I am going to, uh, "steal" the pattern.

So the big excitement of my weekend will be swiping a needlework pattern. Could my life be any more thick and ordinary?

(I am going climbing after church tonight. I'll try to fall dramatically so as not to be so profoundly dull. Thank you).

7 comments:

P said...

Please don't go splat and break any bones on our account!

Fauxhawk got crazed and couldn't pick up the goods on Friday (ARGH), so I am hoping (praying) that they are still there. Will update you on Monday. xo

LAS said...

I don't have a sin to report here in the comments this week either. I just don't have one. I was too preoccupied and upset with everything going on. Anyway, I'll try harder next week to do something really terrible!

Marlee said...

Well, I hope they'll let you BLOG from JAIL! ;-)

nicoleantoinette said...

Ooo rock out with your bad self.

LizB said...

Stealing a needlework pattern is such a cute sin. Other than secretly imagining what it would be like to smack a student, I guess I have no mentionable sins this week. Does digging up daffodils from an abandoned house count as stealing? Oh wait; gluttony. I made Garlic Chicken for dinner tonight and ate so much I'm in a roasty toasty garlic coma.

Bee said...

Hi! I have tagged you on my blog :)

malinthemiddle said...

Oh you brazen copywrite infringing criminal! Except, since you already bought the book, it seems like "fair use" to me.