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Some very cute things coming out. I'll just have to add them to my Christmas list.
It was kinda funny. I was reading about registries, since those tend to be the gorilla in the corner. Have one or don't have one? Tell people about them in the invitation or trust that they will ask about it when they RSVP? Apparently you're damned if you do and damned if you don't. HTB said I could register for whatever I think I need. Need is a relative term. We have towels and sheets and things like that--I just bought new towels the other week, so I'm good there. I would like a set of good china, but it's not a NEED; we don't need fancy china when we have sat at the dining room table 5 times in all the time we've been dating and we don't have a kitchen table. I'll probably put some charities on our registry; I know the non-profit theatre I'm working at is hurting because of the recession, and they need help more than I need salad forks, right?
So how this relates and where I find the humor is that one thing I read said to register where you have your hobbies. I actually laughed. Can you imagine? Are people really doing this? HTB registering for a camper at the RV dealer, me at the LNS. "Rachel and HTB are registered at 123stitch.com and Camping World?" LOL. I mean 123 does have a wish list button . . . I would so totally not do that. But that's funny.
I am working back into stitching. I am carrying around my LK Boo Club Flip-its. I had to run some things over to Mom's at lunch so couldn't sit and stitch, but I'm getting there.