Thursday, June 01, 2006

Amazing Lace Challenge #1

A Day in the Life of Jenni and the Isis Wrap.

An Amazing Lace Production

The day begins with a long commute to work. Jenni, her hubby, and the Isis Wrap all face the traffic bravely and patiently.

At work, the Isis Wrap and Jenni are responsible for teaching teenagers many exciting things about Shakespeare and Sophocles. Look at their bright and excited faces! They are so happy to be learning and treat Jenni and her Isis Wrap with great respect.

Unfortunately, the teenagers don't always listen. The Isis Wrap and Jenni must give them F's.

After a busy day, Jenni and the Isis Warp get to rest as hubby drives them home.

...But before Jenni and the Isis Wrap can relax there are chores to be done. Grocery shopping is one of them.

At the end of the day, Jenni and the Isis Wrap enjoy a relaxing meal with family and friends. (The children are ficticious. Any resemblance to actual children, real or imaginary, is unintentional.)


Library Lady said...

Too Funny!

Love your blog! :-)

Jennifer said...

So cute! I'm a little afraid of the knitting while driving.

Becky said...

That's hilarious. I bet your class loved that one!

Kristi aka Fiber Fool said...

A very good intro! LOL!

Carrie K said...

Your imaginary children are adorable!

Sounds like you and Isis Wrap have quite the time. F's. Bad students.

I knit at red lights. Drives some people nuts, but I've never not noticed a light change.

Prayerful Knitter - Shelly said...

This is a great post! : )

Shelly in OK

KnitNana said...

What fun! Great post! Fictitious children? How can children be fictitious? They surely look real to me (ok, did you borrow them?)...and how much did you bribe those students for those smiling faces???? Handsome teens!
lololol :)

ttbookjunkie said...

Love it! You and Isis are busy gals!


msfortuknit said...

this is just fantastic! Its your own little indy film!