So tell me, what would you do if you knew you had more yarn than you could ever knit in a life-time? You'd probably stop buying yarn, right?
But what if you had planned to take a trip to Ct Sheep and Wool? Maybe you wouldn't worry too much, since last year there wasn't anything there that caught your eye. But you'd probably bring a bit of your saved up Christmas money along, just in case. After all, there might be something absolutely irresistible there this year, right? Some sock yarns in colorways that just can't be passed up. And maybe a cashmere blend that is too soft, too pretty, too reasonably priced not to come home with you.
And then, what if you and your wonderful husband decide to take a little detour to the casino on the way home from the fiber festival? It couldn't hurt to play the penny slots a bit, just for fun, right? But then, what if you hit? What if you hit big? What if you hit for $850.00???? Why, you'd cash out and go on home with your treasure, wouldn't you?
But then, what if the next weekend rolls around? And you are taking a little road trip up to New Hampshire for your godson's First Communion? And on the way home, you'd be driving Right. Past. Webs. During their anniversary sale. Well, you'd just have to stop in and take a look around, wouldn't you? Of course, you would keep reminding yourself about all that yarn you have at home. But what if your husband kept saying "But honey, you won all the money last week. You should go ahead and treat yourself to something nice"? Well, you'd have to do just that, wouldn't you?
Is it just me? Do I have some kind of rare Yarn Flu that causes me to lose all of my inhibitions? Or would you do the very same thing?