Melissa's Thoughts for the Week
It is Wednesday and time for a look at my profound thoughts for the week -- hope the sheer depth of these musings doesn't register seismic action -- joke, folks, joke.
This past winter, buried under snow and ice, powerless for three days, I swore not to complain about the summer and the heat. Ok, I lied. I think I am officially complaining now.
The building behind me is progressing -- they are erecting floor three of four -- I feel like I am living behind the mall. Or something. This place is for old people, how obnoxious can it be? I will let you know -- they still haven't installed the dumpster yet. When they do, we will see how obnoxious THIS old person is!
English paper piecing is, indeed, addictive and a wonderful diet aid -- want a snack -- baste fabric to little pieces of paper instead -- it is a wonderful diversion.
I have to learn how to put pictures on the computer with the new doo-hickey and operating system. Blogs are much more interesting with photos -- especially photos of the aforementioned English paper piecing. Very colorful and festive.
Bean is growing like a weed and is becoming very chaming. If you are good she will reward you with a glorious, beaming smile -- lights up the room! If you aren't good, you get a very evil, "The baby is not pleased" look. Certainly keeps me on my toes!
I am getting bored with facebook. I much prefer blogs.
I have learned the joy of washing dishes by hand. Ha! I know, I know.
I can't understand why, in my old age, I have decided the thing to do is have heat rash every summer. It certainly is uncomfortable and puts a damper on the joy of summer fun -- oh yeah, there is no summer fun because we are all melting. Forgot.
I am thinking that Delaney's Pub might be a nice place for dinner -- how can you not like a place that hangs out a sign "Finally open" -- guess it was a long time coming -- better try it before it goes!
I think it is time to get the day started. Emails to write (again, got deleted accidentally yesterday -- touched the wrong touchy button -- tiny netbooks, gotta love em), toilet paper and paper towels to purchase, laundry to pop in --