Leave it to me to be the queen of inconsistent blogging. Hooray !
Even harder for me now because my backspace doesn't work and no working letter 'p' on my keyboard . So I have to copy and paste it, or wait for my spell check to catch it and fix it for me.
Oh ! and my numbers and symbols above all the letters don't work either >.< Thank goodness for 10 key or I wouldn't have any numbers at all. Even then, the four isn't working and I don't feel like copy and pasting that right now lol
Hope you have been well. Life has been getting weird here at my house. The boys are a few weeks away from turning 5, and I have no clue where the last 5 years have gone. They're these constantly changing little people and sometimes it is really hard to wrap my brain around all this.
Working on a lot of things right now. Christmas knitting/crocheting/sewing is in full swing, and I am determined to get things done early this year. Have product for my Etsy shop that needs to be listed - stitch markers -Yay!
Speaking of my Etsy shop, several months ago - I started making Blythe doll clothes. Now, I am by no means a professional seamstress - in fact, I've only been sewing for the last four years or so. I think the clothes are pretty cute. Need to list a new dress soon :D Check them out here if you get a chance [even if you aren't a doll person, chances are you know someone who is ;) ]
Well, I must be heading off. Lots of crafting to do. Time to make the coffee.
Thursday, October 17, 2013
Thursday, February 14, 2013
I know loads of people look down on this day with hatred, deeming it as nothing more than holiday of consumerism. While I totally agree that too many stores want to push over-priced & useless crap in your face, I think that it is fine and dandy to be a sappy human being and embrace a "no cash value" part Valentines Day.
I challenge you to embrace today. Not as a day of grossly inappropriate sex-crazed couples , but as a day love for your fellow man. Love is great because it comes in all levels, and taking a moment to recognize that you love another person should not have to be looked down upon -- even if the love exchanged is purely platonic. It reminds us that even in this big universe of confusion and constant change, we are not alone; We have each other. There's no shame in that. I love my family. I love my friends. I love my dog. I love yarn. I love crafting!
So, there it is. I love you reader, and I hope you have a wonderful day!
P.S - Stay tuned because I am making a cake today, and in the next few days I will be posting a recipe for a S U P E R easy home made butter cream frosting. So easy, it will make your head spin! (Not really, no one wants a spinning head. I've had the spins before, and all it lead to was puking, and no one wants that either. Why am I rambling about puke? Wasn't this supposed to be a nice post? I think I need to stop now before I make us both grossed out.)
Warbled by fal00la at 2:37 PM