Oct 13, 2018

I'M SO COZY I CAN HARDLY STAND IT



The fuzzy socks have made a return. I finally closed the windows a bit ago, since the thermostat said it was 50 degrees in here, and that's a little nuts even for me.

Thank you for indulging my prancypants bragging these last several days over the state of my little union here at CS2, but it was a huge deal for me to accomplish these things myself. I have felt so completely helpless for the last long bit of time that it felt really wonderful to put my back into it (literally) and put things in order.

Yes...I am very "house proud". I guess I always have been because I stay inside so much and really love to have clean comfy, and nice surroundings. My first little studio apartment was the size of a small hotel room, yet I spent as much time and angst fretting over it as I did my house when I finally built it. 

This will conclude the "Look what I did!" portion of the program, and we'll return to the hapless stumble bunny shenanagins that you have come to know and tolerate.

Back to stitching and an Outlander marathon!

5 comments:

  1. Stay cozy-warm and happy stitching!

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  2. I love the 'look what I did' part of the programme, Coni. It's good to celebrate the little things and appreciate what you've achieved.

    Megan
    Sydney, Australia

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  3. EDIT: FIND and REPLACE "Know and Tolerate" with "LOVE" :D Love, hugs & prayers, Cathryn ♥♥♥

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  4. Coni, I have been thinking about you since last night! I was at on "oldies show" with Bobby Rydell, Frankie Avalon & Chubby Chase and Bobby Rydell spoke about receiving a kidney & liver transplant 6 years ago, naming and praising his donor. You can read about it if you google his name & transplant. Although he recently fx his femur and was on a cane and sat through his performance, he was so full of energy & excitement! You will be bouncing around cleaning and stitching even more when your time comes. Hope lives on!!! Love & prayers today & every day!!!

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