Step 1: Admitting You Have a Problem

I am trying to get ready for knit night.  After a long  and stressful day in the office, my sanity requires that I knit.  It’s for the safety of others, you see.

So, I am now at home, and wandering  the house in a quandary, when the following  dialogue occurs:

Boy: What are you looking for?
Knitter: The project I was working on before I  went to Seattle.
Boy: (looks in a bag) This one?


Knitter: No, the green one.
Boy: This one?


Knitter : Not that one. That’s the chess board. The other one.
Boy: The red one you were working on last night?


Knitter: The green shirt that I was trying to get done before I left, remember?
Boy: This one?


Knitter : Umm… No.
(Both stand around staring at the room)

Knitter: Honey, I think I have a problem.


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