scary blast from the past

Do you know how long a decade is? Judging by what I unearthed from this pile,
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which resides in my old room* in my parents’ house, a decade is FOREVER. This is the result of the archaeological dig:
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Hello? What was I thinking? Apparently I was not afraid of knitting with color back in 1990.
*By the way, that pile is NOT mine. My parents could scare off Sanford & Son with all their stuff.

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10 Responses to scary blast from the past

  1. Lizzi says:

    Yeah, some of the stuff I knitted ten years ago is equally frightening. I would burn it, but it’s all acrylic, and that would make a terrible mess!

  2. Silvia says:

    Now that’s a sweater! (Remember that Seinfeld episode when they had to visit the ugly baby…now that’s a baby?) Hey don’t laugh it comes in handy.
    As for the pack ratting, I just throw stuff out when my mom leaves the house. No really. She usually doesn’t notice. Also if you find the dump in the area, you can get rid of a carload of stuff for about $15. Such a bargain…I had to look at that magazine title a few times before noticed it DOESN’t say MAN Addict…

  3. Hedster says:

    Wow, you weren’t kidding when you said your parents’ house was a fire hazard! As for the sweater, you’re wild color scheme and design would find a home in this Fall’s Oilily catalog. Would you believe its title, “Our Cabinet of Natural Curiosity.” I got a good laugh out of that one!!!

  4. addie says:

    woah. i have to tell you how weirded out i am right now…i just found your blog, i had to click on the name because for the past 10 years i have been drawing a cartoon character called Super Eggplant Man! freaky!
    but anyway, great blog, and ahoy!

  5. Em says:

    I am speechless. You are a brave, brave woman.
    But hey, you’re also the first Departure Lounge fan that I’ve found! Tim Keegan rules!

  6. Rachael says:

    That cracked me up. There has to be a certain something we can do with all those old backs and fronts and sides of things we started way back when… but I can’t think of it.
    thanks for the laugh. 😉

  7. Rose says:

    My parents house was just like that till they went on a trip to China….. And I was the house-sitter.
    All I can say to that one is… Scary…
    BTW, love the “listening to my father”! Tee hee! 😉

  8. Marcia says:

    I have a feeling someone will be thanking me for paving the way here, but I happen to kind of love that sweater piece. The visual gestalt somehow makes peace with frenetic brain activity.

  9. Meg says:

    My folk’s house is the same way. Dad thinks it’s Mom’s fault, but my brother & I know they’re pot & kettle. If the price of antique glass goes up, someday I’ll be rich, though!

  10. Kerstin says:

    Sanford & Son! Man, that’s a blast from the past. 🙂

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