Just goofing off this week, feeling a little guilty I have accomplished so little. I have spent hours pouring over recipes for a healthier lifestyle. Hubby wants me to cook more fish and make more salads, he's on a mission! Sunday we cooked together, cod and salad, a nice light meal. Followed
by strawberry shortcake :)
I had to laugh. Watching hubby dart around the kitchen I caught notice of his shorts pocket, remote controller sticking out, gotta have that remote close by at all times LOL!
Monday I went to Target and bought a new book. I wasn't sure about this choice, the storyline was not one that I would normally choose. I have hardly put it down since and have a few chapters left to go!
Tuesday I had my hair cut and highlighted, you know that is good for an afternoon. Gotta look cute for Mothers Day! I will be laving lunch with my baby in Lawrence, home of KU. Wednesday I shopped for spring clothes, don't want to embarrass the child by showing up in an old cat sweater (of which I have plenty) :)
Today I did tackle some sewing room mess. Weeding through and refolding fabric, setting aside what I don't want to donate to someone who would. And my most treasured piece of fabric surfaced once more. I bought it on eBay 10 years ago. I'll tell you I paid a very pretty penny for it. Vintage novelty and feed sack fabrics were going like wild fire, it was a sellers dream! This piece was in a fast moving bidding war, they bid, I bid, back and forth we bid up to the last second. Then the email from eBay comes.... Cleo, YOU WON!!!!!!........ UH OH Cleo! I do adore this piece though,early 50's, I love the boldness of the print, the colors are amazing and the artwork is a wonderful sample of that time period. LOVE IT, LOVE IT! Yet here it sits. Whatever will I do with it. I can't just cut in to it without a really great plan. My kids don't want it. Will they bury me with it, throw it out (gasp) or sell it to someone in a garage sale for 10 cents :( What would you do with it?
Too much to think about, I guess I'll go finish that book!