Monday, March 9, 2009

Blather, Manic Monday, and Contests

I started my homework swatching for my class on Wednesday; I am still not sure which fabric I like best. I guess I will take a poll in the class and see what they think. It’s wonderful to have such definite opinions about important things. :-) I am still trying to decide what to do with my time off at the end of the week. I will have 5 glorious days to myself to do exactly what I want to do; the problem is I cant think of anything. Any suggestions?

I forgot to tell you, I read a couple of books last week, one of which I found out about from Grace. That one was the Sweetgum Knit Lit Society by Beth Patillo and it was a heartwarming book, I enjoyed it. I also read Fed Up by Jessica Conant-Park and Susan Conant; it was a mystery about chefs, foods and romance. It wasn’t Agatha Christie, however it was entertaining.

What would you do with an extra hour each day?
Do you wear a watch? If so, tell us about it. If not, how do you keep track of time?
I don’t wear a watch, if I need to track time I use my cell phone. I try not to pay attention to time unless I am at work and have deadlines.
If it were possible, would you want to know how many days you had left to live?
No, I don’t want to know how many days I have left; I would just worry about it. I like not really knowing what will happen in the future and just living my life as it happens, with goals and wants.


Shelley is having a contest here, all you have to do is leave her a comment stating-"You know spring's coming/or it is spring when......" Please tell her I sent you.

Irish Eyes is having The nearly Thousandth post Contest, here. All you have to do is leave a comment about lace, she is trying to get her lace mojo going so she can complete a lace project. Please let her know I sent you.

1 comment:

Aunt Kathy said...

Ahh a contest I hadn't seen yet. I mentioned you sent me over.

No clue what to tell you to do on vacation, but I can say without doubt, you will have plenty undone before it's over, it always goes too fast. {{sigh}}