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You know what I think we should do to get through this horrible, God-awful day?
Tell some jokes.
Try to smile. Try to laugh. Through the tears - I’m definitely crying them. I’m pretty sure Mr. Williams would appreciate it. It’s our greatest weapon against tragedy. I think it might be the only one left.
Everybody reblog with your favorite corny joke, okay? No matter how bad it is. ESPECIALLY if its bad! I’ll go first.
What do you call a little pig who loves Shakespeare?
What do you call root beer in a square cup?
Despite all our differences I think we can all agree on one thing
Robin Williams was a fucking gift to humanity
- learn how to coupon
- how to get free therapy
- clean bathroom tips
- what to do when you can’t pay your bills
- learn time management skillz
- recipes that take 30 minutes or less
- see if you’re paying too much for your cell phone bill
- create a resume
- how to make a doctor’s appointment
- organize your closet
- find the right career
- a list of stress relievers
- how to pick a major
- how to take care of yourself when you’re sick
- things to bring to a doctor’s appointment
- what the hell is a mortgage?
- buying a used car
- how to pick a health insurance plan
- read the news
- leave your childhood traumas behind
- how to quit smoking
- a list of hotlines in a crisis
- what to expect from your first gynecologist appointment
- what to do if you get pulled over by a cop
- things to keep in your car in case of an emergency
Reblog this post and I’ll draw a galaxy using colors from your blog theme! Like this one using my blog!
Could someone please help me with this pattern (it’s free)? I really want to knit it but I can’t figure it out! This is my first time doing lace (or a chart) and I’m having a lot of difficulties. :/
When I come across a chart, what I usually do is write out the instructions for it. It’s an easy way to make it less frustrating! The charts won’t show the wrong-side rows, so you’ll want to insert those into your notes! I’m going to assume the wrong-side rows are the odd rows [1, 3, 5…] and the right-side rows are the even [2, 4, 6…].
First, take that chart page and print it off so that you can look at it easier. You’re gonna start at the bottom right of the chart, and read it right-to-left, bottom-to-top. Not included in those charts? Knit the first two and last two stitches of every row. You should probably put stitch markers after the first two stitches and before the last two so that you don’t forget!
So your first two rows would be something like this:
1: K2, purl to end, k2
2: K2, y/o, k1, y/o, k2
Your chart does include a stitch guide! If you’re confused on how to make a certain stitch, the best thing I’ve found is to look for illustrations or a video - or just follow the instructions exactly. [slip 1 - k2tog - passed slipped stitch over only sounds confusing. If you just try it, it makes perfect sense!]