As an added bonus, my metal sink drain looks all bright and shiny now. Yay for strong acids! YAY! Now, I want to pour Floweasy all over my house to make it bright and shiny. Will it work on the piles of papers waiting to be filed? The deconstructed cardboard boxes by the door? The random assorted bits and bobs cluttering my life?
For those of you who suggested using a snake, I would like you to know that I briefly considered it. Until I read this: When you reach an impasse, pull out the snake. With any luck, there will be a revolting rotten mass at the end of it, and decided toxic chemicals it is! *woot*
As for the rest of the evening, I watched 16 Blocks, starring Bruce Willis and Mos Def, which was surprisingly good. I mean, it's not an Oscar-worthy film or anything, but it was entertaining.
I am taking a brief break from knitting the Never-Ending Left Sleeve of the Never-Ending Sweater of Doom. I have set a goal of finishing this sweater by the end of February. That way I will have only worked on the thing for just over a year.
I started working on a cap. I found very soft yarn at Stitch DC last weekend, so the hat should totally rock. I bought enough yarn for two hats. I need to make
My first writing class is tonight. I'm a little nervous.
More later, kittens. *smooches*
*Title taken from a txt msg from Robert