Whenever anything happens in the British royal family, I expect there will be a wave of fervour that will cause most unexpected results.
I noticed a pattern on Ravelry offering instructions for me to knit my own Prince George, complete with Kate and Will. On further investigation I notice that I am behind as I missed the earlier offering enabling me to knit my own royal wedding!
One thing led to another and suddenly I'm on the Book Depository website discovering books with titles such as "Knit your own dog", Knit your own cat", "Knit and Purl pets", "Knit your own zombie", "Knit your own moustache".
There are lots of references to "knitting bibles". I had always assumed that the term "bible" used in this context meant a comprehensive guide to knitting. Now I'm not so sure. Perhaps it contains instructions to knit my own bible. This could either be an actual book or the characters in the bible.
How about this fanciful title: "Knit in a day for baby". This is clearly written by someone who doesn't actually have a baby. I don't have one, but I know enough to know that if I had one, I wouldn't have time to do anything in a day, let alone knit something. I think I would start the planning for the 21st birthday present early.
I walked past a promotional poster for a show at the Arts Centre and was surprised that a piece of advertising would have such a lukewarm tag line. I read: "This show is mildly entertaining!" Wow. Can't wait to see that one.
The exclamation mark seemed remarkably out of place!
I looked again.
It actually said that the show is "wildly entertaining!"
The punctuation now made sense.
Another season of "Big Brother" is broadcasting on television right now. I feel the passage of time as I notice my lack of desire to have a look.
An email from a friend who is currently in Edinburgh advised me that Melbourne's temperature today was actually 3 degrees warmer than the temperature over there. So much for summer. I gain a new understanding of why the Scottish woman at music camp that time had no idea what to do with a sarong.
I hope your week started well.
What raised your eyebrows today?