Tuesday, January 10, 2006

Good day to you, you lovely knitters

Hiya guys, wanna guess where I am now?
I'm currently sitting in front of a Mac in my CIT class, and in case you don't know, it's Computer Informaion Technology. How cool does that sound? Well, not very cool perhaps ;D
So yeah, I've pretty much settle down here. Today is the first day I'm having class, and I'm already wondering whether I'm in the right direction, taking Art & Design. Perhaps the "good" courses like economy and finance would suit me better. At least my dad thinks so.
My parents are going back home today, thank God. Not that it's not nice having them around, but it could get pretty awkward when they start accompanying you to school. It's fine if I'm still in playground, or even primary school, but I AM in college now.
Anyway, I was going around London the other day on a double decker bus. It's pretty nice, except that it was freezing outside so I chose to stay nice and warm inside the bus. We passed a lot of big stores with even bigger SALE signs on them. Then I spot LIberty. With a sale sign too. I was literally leaping with excitement, I even hit the bus pole. Too bad I was with my parents, who clearly thought that I have enough yarn. Will we knitters ever have enough? Don't think so.
To those of you at London, will you please be very kind to tell me when Liberty is having sale?

I'm going to stay with my host family starting today. They have 2 very nice kids, who seems to be very close to each other, at least compared to me and my "little" bro. Everything is looking great so far, I'm just praying that I'll be able to get an internet connection at my room. I need to do a lot of catching up with posting comments and blogging, sorry guys ;)

I think I need to do some polishing with my manners. Knock my head everytime I forget to say "please" and "thank you very much", will ya? Oh, I mean, would you please?

Knitting contents soon, promise. This is a knitting blog after all, sorry that lately it's been "everything else that matters".

12 comments:

joy said...

How exciting to be in a totally new place! I'm so envious that you get to go to Liberty's; it's one of my favorite shops ever!

Suzanne said...

That PLEASE and THANK YOU thing is hard to learn--and yet they seem to love in in the UK. Keep trying!

Liberty sales are supposed to rock--get in now while you can!

Vanessa said...

Great to hear that you are doing well over there. Enjoy the big sales at liberty and we'll just have to drool over this end. Take care :)

Shannen said...

Hi Yuvee,glad to hear from you.im sure you wil have a good time there.Cant wait to hear more exciting adventure in London Cheez! Take care there

Mimi said...

So glad to hear from you! How nice that you can visit all these yarn shops in London. Take some photos to show us if you have the chance. :)

erin said...

Good to hear you starting classes in such a cheerful mood. Don't buy up all the yarn at Liberty's :)

Laura.Y said...

Sounds like the beginning of another great phrase..:) Parents will be parents, though I understand exactly how u feel. Enjoy dearie and do post!

Ling said...

Hi. Don't worry you didn't miss much in the Liberty sales. I went last week and missed out on nice stff. Lots of Rowan cotton glace in Lime green and orange, All Seasons Cotton but in the melange colours, cotton tape and that's about it. I didn't buy anything.

knottyknitpicks said...

hi yuvee! so glad to hear from you. can't wait to read more about your ventures in London, whether it ne knitting or everything else that matters!! take care!

Peggy said...

I've heard so much about Liberty's. I'm jealous. Have fun!

Stephanie said...

oh how fun!

Cara said...

Hi Yuvee, I've been busy and not checking out knitting blogs for quite a while.
Glad that you seems enjoy the life there. Take care!