Wednesday, September 29, 2010

links for your pleasure

It would seem that Sept or Oct are quiet months here on the blog.
This time it's because the depression and anxiety is making itself comfy in my head.

So, in an attempt to dislodge it, I though I would make a post of things I like.

Miss MadeByGirl's string pendant light is something I'm totally going to do for my stairway to the bedroom light fixture

I want to start making quilts one of these days. So, I might have to try this one from TwoLittleBanshees.

When I finally get my angora bunny I will have to make it a home like this one from Design*Sponge

I think this old school bottle opener would be perfect for HT now that he is brewing beer.

And finally something snuggly to leave you with. A post from Modish all about pretty french kitties.

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Wednesday picturday

Siren taking a snooze in the sun.
Every morning lately we have been waking up with kitties in the bed.
They make it just a little hard to get up and go to work.

The sunflowers are holding up even after the rains.
They also lend themselves to lightroom play.

Did I show you this?
It is most of my stash (no not all of it) laid out on the queen-sized guest bed. I think that might be the best way to store it.

The mowhawk is still there. It is just being tamed on some mornings by a head band. I also look rather tiered there.

This is what some of my art work looks like. It was shot a while ago on my little Rollie. I've actually started to feel the need to get my camera out and create again. Sometimes you just need a break from things to help you see where you want to go, or what you want to do with them.

Monday, September 13, 2010

The goings on.... in pictures

State Fair, with giant knitted fish hat.
you know you want one.

New hair in the shape of a curly mowhawk.
Not sure how long it will stick around

More tomatoes than you can shake a stick at.
Believe me i can shake a pretty mean stick.

Crafts other than knitting.
Sewing and making of sewing stuff storage to be exact.

52 bottles of home brewed Cream Ale.
To be ready in 2 weeks.