Wednesday, March 01, 2006

Gifted!

My very kind friend Wendy B and I were chatting the other night and I mentioned that I want to make my Dad some socks for his birthday, which is in late March. He's had some hard stuff happening in the last week, and he's not a very emotionally open kind of person. Wendy said she had the perfect yarn and put it in a box to send for me to use. She packed a few other goodies in there, too. A handy little case for small items and some lollipops for the kids.
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This yarn will be perfect for my Dad's socks. I'm so touched that she did that! Thanks Wendy.

Now, hum along:
Here's the mail, it never fails,
it makes me want to wag my tail....
When it comes I want to wail
Maiil!

For those of you who want to know more about Steve and his life since Blues Clues, see Steve's Web Site. Listen to his music. Watch the video. It's actually interesting stuff.

8 comments:

stephanie said...

hum??? You can't just hum to that tune! You gotta get up and groove and wag that tail!

zib said...

Super cool and wow it's perfect man sock yarn!

Becky in Iowa :O) said...

I so miss Steve. I like Joe but he doesn't sing the right songs. I love to make my son nuts by singing Blue's Clues songs. hehe

Ali said...

I like the mail song :) I have a nephew, so I kinda know SOME of the kid's shows and songs. :)

helen said...

i LOVE the mail song! i can sing most all songs from the show. back when it was Steve, that is. woo hoo!

Madisonienne said...

I LOVE Steve's grown-up work! I bought the cd when it came out and thought it would be really bad. If I had thought about it, I would have realized that anything produced by The Flaming Lips would be great.

mf said...

thats so sweet! I'm sure you'll enjoy knitting with it!

ericah64 said...

That surprises me not one bit that Wendy did that; it seems like her. Congrats on the kindergarten sign-up! I signed up Thing Two last month, too. What WILL do with all that time on our hands, alone in the house? (he, he) "Thanks for doin' your part. You sure are smart..."