Addi Turbo Lace Needles: Hum…Dana, excuse me, do you have a second?
Dana: Sure, what’s on your mind?
Addi Turbo Lace Needles: First, call me Addi T please. We have not been formally introduced and we have something to clear up.
Dana: Oh, okay.
**Dana gives Addi T a sideways look. But he was ready to state his case.**
Dana: Please, proceed.
Addi T: It really bothers me when you blame me for the whole “finger pricking”, “they’re too sharp”.
Dana: What are you talking about? I didn’t blame you. I was stating a fact. They are too sharp. And you are.
Addi T: No ma’am. I’m not too sharp but YOU knit too tight. You try to chock me to death. Have you ever had one-and-eighty stitches wrapped around your neck?!
Dana: Well…I never thought about it that way…
Addi T: And your hands absolutely agree with me. I’m sure of it. Ask them.
Dana: My hands?
Addi T: Yes, your hands. Ask them.
Dana: Now…you are going too far. And look who’s doing the blame game now.
Addi T: I just feel like we got off on the wrong foot and you go and blab it to EVERYBODY. Then you go and make a video about it. Somethings gotta give.
**Dana is rolling her eyes until they’re almost stuck in her head.**
Dana: You can’t stop me from telling my truth. I bought you and we have to work together. But blaming is not going to work.
Addi T: You could have at least tried to work it out before telling everyone.
Dana: I hear you. So what are you proposing here…
Addi T: I’m so glad you asked. How about we work with each other instead of against?
Dana: Since when have you been so forceful?
Addi T: Since you’ve decided to tell everybody!
Dana: Okay…okay…but can you please do it with a little less attitude?!
Addi T: Can you stop spilling the beans on those Yarncrafter’s Chats?
Dana: Okay!!! But stop with the attitude. So, I’ll stop blabbing and you’ll stop whining….
Addi T: Oh…she has jokes folks! Yes, I’ll stop whining. Now, let’s get back to knitting.
Knitting and Crochet Annual
Blog Week 2014
Today’s Task: Conversations Between Workers. Start by writing a few short paragraphs from the point of view of one of the tools you use for your craft.
This was the task. I went a little more creative by doing dialog. I was having fun. 😉
About the Week:
Once a year knitters and crocheters that blog are invited from all over the world to take part in a community blog week in which they are presented with a number of topics to blog about over the period of seven days. The topics are very flexible and can be interpreted in many ways, so there is a good deal of variety in the posts that this inspires, which then provide wonderful reading for anyone who enjoys reading the blogs that it inspires.
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