Have you seen Flosstube yet? Flosstube is a "channel" on the YouTube that is all about this thing of ours! I didn't know anything about it until I happened to catch up on Miss Danielle's blog (Stitcherista), and she provided a link to her videos. And then! I found Miss Vonna Her Very Self (The Twisted Stitcher) and her videos and I thought I had died and gone to heaven.
I have followed...er, um...stalked Danielle and Vonna and all the rest of you via blog for quite a while now, but watching you all come to life on Flosstube is a whole other experience. I felt like I was sitting right there with the girls...ooohing and aaahing over their stitchy spaces, their finishes, their WIP's...all of it.
So..fair warning that it is very addictive...head over to YouTube and enter Flosstube in the search function, and then sit back and be prepared to enjoy the next 26 or 27 hours of your life!
I managed to get a lovely haircut and lose half my body weight in the process. Well, maybe not HALF, exactly, but my head sure does feel lighter. My hair had gotten totally out of control and was halfway down my back. Now, I'm sporting a faux bob type thing that is much lighter, cooler, and more age appropriate.
(Stewey wholeheartedly approved and immediately sent Miss Brandi a thank you note.)
And then, just to see if I really could start to resemble half a human again, I got my brows done too! This is probably where all of the weight came from, to be honest, since I heard the technician fire up the weed whacker before giving them a go.
(And yes...now I can actually see better!)
Here's the latest progress on Olympic Good Stuff. I enjoyed several hours of stitching yesterday after getting beautified and after I had McNuggets for dinner.
(They were absolutely delicious, by the way, which means I am going to want to eat them again in about ten minutes. I was prepared for disaster but was met with crispy excellence instead, damnit.)
(And yes...I ate the damn french fries too because I saw that they do not contain trans fat, which in my book makes them a health food.)