Wednesday, April 07, 2010

lazy

Not a lot more to show today - I fell asleep on the way home last night - good thing I have an internal radar that wakes me up a couple stations before my stop or I would be waking up in Wisconsin. ;-) And last night I was supposed to be at agility class with the pugs but didn't feel like getting off my butt so I sat on the couch and watched tv until I went to bed at 9:00ish. Tonight will be more of the same I'm sure. :-)

The weather forecast for the weekend is shaping up to be nice - mid 60's and sunny. That means cleaning out the koi pond - which means not much quilting or stitching. On Sunday I'm going into the city for a Dim Sum lunch and the food coma that I'll be in when I get home will also mean not much crafting going on. :-) It will be a fun weekend though as I enjoy both tasks.

8 comments:

FayeRaye said...

Love your progress~~ You better watch yourself sleeping on the train~~lol....take care and enjoy your restful weekend~

Deb said...

Your progress is looking great! I used to fall asleep on the train too, especially in the morning. Only good thing about that was that my stop was the last one - thank goodness! LOL A Dim Sum lunch sounds great. Hope that you have a good time.

Julie M said...

I don't know, it looks like a lot of progress to me. I think you are selling yourself short!

Kelly said...

You are planning your weekend a little early in the week. We still have three days of this crap!! If things go my way, I will have a work at home day on Friday. We will have to wait and see if D. agrees with my plan.

woolwoman said...

just catching up on your blog Margie - you've been doing some lovely things - that pastel quilt is gorgeous and your new rug hooking start is darling. I've never seen that SB design before and Margaret Harris is WONDERFUL!
You deserve a rest - Mel

Kielrain said...

Sweet stitchin.

Also, I evny you your Dim Sum....

Terri(TerriBoog) said...

I think that's awesome progress and I don't know how you do anything but sleep on the train anyway! It would lull me right to sleep!

Stitch By Stitch said...

Progress is progress no matter how slow! Sounds a bit seussical I know:)