The countdown has begun-- less than 2 months until one of my favorite holidays, Halloween! If you're feeling crafty, check out my Eco-Craft column in the Back to School issue of Kiwi Magazine for instructions on making your child's own trick or treat bag out of recycled snack bags!
In unrelated news, I think the days of sitting by myself in a small room crocheting is starting to make me a little insane. Thank the universe for the "watch now on your computer" feature of Netflix! Yesterday I watched documentaries on historian/professor/author/activist Howard Zinn, the 2000 presidential election, and cannibalistic serial killers. The first two were really good the latter, not so much.
Last night, in a viewing that can possibly be blamed on aforementioned insanity (although I secretly, actually like it), I stayed up with Dave to watch Keanu Reeve's blockbuster role as Officer Jack Travern in Speed. It's hard not to root for young Annie (aka Sandra Bullock--who btw, I hear knits, which therefore makes this post on topic) speeding for life, in a city bus and again, handcuffed to a pole in a subway train. You know what would have made that movie better, though? Snakes.
That is all.