Friday, January 27, 2006

Finally Friday...


I was rummaging through my photos to find something interesting to show you all...looks like I need to set up a photo shoot since it seems I have more photos of other folks quilts then my own! Anyway, this is a project that has been almost finished for over 7 years! I can't believe it either! It is one of those projects with no real purpose...I just wanted to try 3-inch stamp baskets. So no timeline means lots of time! Anyway, I want to finish it this weekend so I can make one of those big fat checkmarks on my to-do list! That is if I can find my to do list....

This has been a long week...I am so excited about it being Friday I could just take a nap! About noontime I began to think about not meeting friends after work and going straight home. By two I had called a neighborhood teenager to ask her to take Macbeth for his afternoon walk. By three I called ahead to the Italian restaurant to have takeout ready for me so I could use the drive through. By four I began to think drive though was such a good idea I called in a perscription to Walgreens...that way I don't have to get out of bed on Saturday...

I'm not ususally like this...and I wasn't the only one like that this week. When I left at 4:15 I was the only one left on the Administration Floor and the parking lot was almost empty! It is nice the days are getting longer again. I don't drive well at night so the longer the day the easier it is for me to get around.

(Just to show how "out of it" I was...I accidently saved this as a draft on Friday night and forgot to publish it!)

3 comments:

Happy Valley Quilter said...

Great little baskets!

Enjoy your weekend. It sounds like you need lots of R&R!

Dawn said...

Those tiny baskets are adorable! Were they a Cindy Blackberg pattern? My friend I think did her tiny baskets once - I chickened out!

Tonya R said...

You can get just about anything delivered to your house here. Drugs (I would say prescriptions but they don't actually use those here - pretty much everything is available over the counter), groceries, real restaurant food, and even fast food, inc McDonalds. You'd think I'd use that far more than I have.