Just kidding. I've been hanging out with my oversized vintage knitting pattern collection. I've been re-organizing it, one decade per magazine box. The 1950s, 60s, & 70s each have three boxes; that should give some idea of the scope of this collection. I have to save these from - ? something. I don't buy many new knitting magazines (only Interweave Knits, & not every issue) & other rationalizations. Today I came up with some duplicates & several pattern books I think I can part with. So I have a little stack here; just need to decide what to do with them. I do this every so often. I used to trade them for others at Vintage Knits. There one can scroll through hundreds of vintage pattern books, organized by decade & type of pattern. Laurie Kynaston is very friendly & easy to work with. I haven't visited her website for a while & now there is an easy to use shopping cart & checkout...in addition to the pattern books Laurie has compiled a database of discontinued yarns.