Monday, February 16, 2009

Nothing, Knitting, and Manic Monday

I am so proud of myself. . . NOT! I am such a slug! I actually did nothing on Friday night and Saturday, just like I wanted to. It was so cool, the animals and I just laid around; I read, watched TV and knitted a bit. I started the Agatha Christie book, And Then There Were None, (this book used to be 10 Little Indians, but I guess it wasn't PC enough) for the Whoduknit group. I read this book when I was a teenager (I have loved mysteries for ever) and because it was so long ago I couldn’t remember the whole thing, just the basic premise. It has been fun to pick up a book that I haven’t read for sooooo many years and I am enjoying it. BTW, I aced the class from last week, and learned a great deal, but it was still hard to sit through :-)

Sunday, I ran errands as we were running out of all pet food and toilet paper, both critical items in our house. The cats were most unhappy as we were out of canned cat food and they prefer that to dry. So, I gave them tuna, aren’t they spoiled?

Here is a picture of the little medicine bags I have so far, I have another one on the needles, they are good for doing nothing :-) I also found these little buttons and elephants at Michael’s to put in them. Now I have to finish the third one and find buttons for the front of the bags. I hope they make some kid happy. Remember, if you want to get involved you can go here.









Of all your favorite foods, which one would you find the most difficult to give up for the rest of your life? Any Mexican food or Pizza, they are my life blood, there is no way I could give up any of them.

Which month of the year do you thing best describes your personality? March, the windy month and the Ides of March.

If you could be a contestant on any game show, past or present, which show would you pick? I hate game shows, I can’t think of any show that I would want to be on.

2 comments:

Aunt Kathy said...

You hate game shows??? Say it isn't true

Timiae said...

Congrats on acing the test! Those cheer-up bags look great and I love the trinkets you chose to put in them.

I love Agatha Christie and that's my favorite book by her (I'll always call it 10 Little Indians, though).