$1000 worth of damage on my car, after being kicked in by a teenage boy with a problem. My son was laughing with a friend at MacDonald’s because his friend had ice cream all over his face. A swarm of kids outside of MacD’s saw them through the window and thought they were the target of the laughter. My guys leave MacD’s and were swarmed by the outside guys. Luckily DH drove up and the boys bolted for the car. The swarm followed and kicked in the rear quarter panel. DH chased them all the way home! Of course nobody would answer the door, so DH called the police. Nobody would answer the door for the police. Go figure. DH was mad the police didn’t shout “POLICE!” like on TV. Cop ended up leaving saying that he’s going on days off but maybe he’d pursue it when he got back as he recollects the police have been to that house repeatedly. IN BC you don’t have the option of pressing charges. It all goes to Crown for a decision. Plus young offenders have a multitude of rights that victims don’t. This is a minor infraction compared to what they can get away with. I will leave you with this abbreviated rant.
This is when I need a variation From Nemo:
You know what you gotta do when life gets you down?
Just keep knitting, just keep knitting,
Just keep knitting, knitting, knitting
What do we do we knit, knit, knit
OH HO HO How I love to knit…
The colours are a bit brighter than they really are, but here is my poncho in progress.
I learned how to crochet ruffles at knit night and will ruffle the bottom instead of fringe. Stay tuned.