Tuesday, April 9, 2013

lady of leisure

it is snowing...
and the wind is blowing...
it is fuh-fuh-fuh-fuh-reeeeezing out there...

yesterday's high was 70sumpin...
today it is supposed to get all the way up to 21 degrees...

schools and businesses have been cancelled...

i have the day off...

whatever shall i do with myself?!?

oooooo!!! i know!!!
whilst sipping a cup of sumpin sumpin...
i shall read today's paper ... today 
which is a novel concept around here, lemmetellya...

and then i shall take myself into the Magick Shoppe and make some more aspen leaves...
that's it for the little leaves ... now on to the big ones!!!

7 comments:

Molly said...

This leaf project is looking gorgeous!

As for reading the newspaper---my husband calls them my history notes!

Mama Spark said...

Cool beans. No such luck here! Love how your leaves are turning out!!

Jennifer said...

The Magick Shoppe's leaves are gorgeous! and so true to life.....I take it, then, that the 1978 event happened in autumn? Geez, 21 deg for you is minus 6 for us here, either way that's c-c-c-c-cold!

Anonymous said...

Hi Dianne -- Read your comments on Kim's blog and they made me laugh, so I went to your blog -- and I'm so glad I did! A Woobie!!! We had 7 children and only the oldest (who is now 44) had a Woobie. We never knew where he got that word and it always made us laugh. All the others had a warmie or blankie. Thanks for the great flashback! BTW, your grandson is gorgeous!! Florence

MamaT said...

The calendar quilt is looking great! Aren't snow days wonderful!?? But I'm not to sure about snow days in April! I was thinking about you today when I heard of all the snow your supposed to get. Tim's boss is out of Denver so we keep up with the weather there. Stay warm and have fun sewing.

Thimbleanna said...

Oooh, your calendar quilt is looking wonderful. I love those leaves. Oh, and, welcome to spring. ;-D

Shannon LaCount said...

Wow! I'm in love..... You used some scrumptious batiks for your leaves.