But first, if you haven't donated to Dr. Mel's Phoebe fund, please consider doing so. Mel is a vet in Maine and he treated a lovely dog named Phoebe who was severely injured in a hit-and-run accident, along with her owner (who was walking her). Mel and his colleagues have provided hundreds of dollars of veterinary care to Phoebe for free, but the costs of care are on-going and substantial, given how serious Phoebe's injuries were. Should donations exceed the costs of Phoebe's care, any extra will go to help another family with a deserving pet via the clinic's catastrophic care fund. Thank you for helping if you can!
On a completely different note, last night I was perusing my new Vogue Knitting, which arrived yesterday. I had to strap on the Depends after I read the "CyberStitches" column, in which the following appeared:
The six staffers who blog for Rosie's Yarn Cellar in Philadelphia include industry insiders, authors and the force behind the indie yarn line BlackCan you believe it? Black Bunny Fibers made it to the pages of Vogue Knitting! Cheryl Krementz, if you're reading this, email me privately. I've got a hank of BBF yarn with your name on it.