So I suppose that this little life lesson will have to go into my tip book. I am compiling a list of tips and tricks that help me be a better stitcher, and "JUST WALK AWAY" has got to be right up there with "DON'T POKE YOURSELF IN THE HEINEY WITH YOUR LAYING TOOL".
More Flosstubing is keeping me off the streets and out of polite society. Is there any better thrill than connecting with somebody that you just know in your heart of hearts would really "get" you if you were to actually meet in person? I swear...this damn internet thing is the salvation (and maybe, simultaneously, the total downfall) of civilization.
Tonight, I get to have dinner with my Elkhart EGA stitchy sisters! As I type this, it's only 10:30 in the morning, yet I am already getting all prancypants with the prospects of playing with my friends.
(Hmmmm....I've been struggling to find the perfect stickers to use in my planner to indicate Guild meetings. Maybe I should just get a bunch of ones that say "Play Date" and be done with it!)
Stewey and Bosco are still both under the weather. Yesterday was a total bust in the sunshine department and today isn't looking much better, so I suspect that we'll have to haul out the sun lamps before too long or there will be hell to pay. We do try to have a day or two a month whereby we pretend to be on the beach...Bosco in his little board shorts at Daytona...Stewey in his best summer weight linen aboard his luxury yacht...and me in my mumu at the Jersey Shore, but methinks the season has come to an end. Time to pack and get ready for school.
Speaking of which...is it a little crazy that I love Back to School time like crazy, yet I do not have any children and am not a student? Something about all of those school supplies and the prospect of new shoes and underwear and stuff makes me positively giddy inside.
Well, I suppose that's enough disjointed rambling for the day, kids. I am going to get a little stitching in before I get ready for tonight. Hope your Tuesday is swell and that if you are in these here parts or any other place where the rains came your head is above water! (Hoosierville got seven inches of rain yesterday....yowza!)