The term "nitpicking" at first meant the act of picking lice eggs off the roots of hair on peoples heads. It was a slow, tedious job. Now-a-days the term has been used to describe the act of pointing out and criticizing the smallest trivial errors in details. My wife is a nitpicker in more ways than one. Yep, she points out all my minor flaws (you see, I don't have any major ones [grin]). That makes her a nitpicker in one way. OK, now that I just got myself in real trouble, let me see if I can dig my way out of this hole. . . . no, I think I just buried myself in the hole I dug. Ah, but there is another meaning to "nitpicking" and she is also good at that, too.
This second one is the art of using special loom type frames (called Knifty Knitter Looms) to "knit" things like hats or afghan blankets or whatever. She is always making something with yarn either crocheting or knit-picking or. . . When not doing that she loves to paint, especially flowers and leaves and of course we both design and make cards to send every day to my aunt who is in a nursing home in Pennsylvania. My wife is a very talented person and I love here, even though she is a knitpicker and a nitpicker (grin). Now don't nit-pick my blog today, but do have a wonderful day. It is absolutely a beautiful day here today and hope it is where you are, too.