Tuesday, December 21, 2010

A Bit More...

A bit more on Where's The Party?

I finished Neighborhood Watch (so great!), so I am in search of another book to read.

I also watched Extraordinary Measures this morning with Brendan Fraser and Keri Russell.  Very inspirational.

I went to Kohl's yesterday and found a few new clothing items.  I could not even remember the last time I shopped for clothes.  I am not a shopper at all, except for stitching items!  It seems every time I go in there and look at shoes, the ones I want are always out of my size.  I found these great black leather clogs.  9 must be a popular size.  Passing by the men's section I noticed a stand of wallets and remembered that that was the first item BF talked about wanting and which I had not gotten, so I picked that up and The Clapper for him as two last-minute gifts.  We see the commercial all the time and laugh and BF says he wants that for our bedroom, as we both get in bed and the light is still on and then we look at each other like who is going to get up and turn off the light?  LOL.  I think he will laugh and be pleasantly surprised.

I have a massage tonight at 7pm.  Ahhh, can't wait!  It's been almost a month since I've had one!

And a stitching question for all of my readers:  Have you ever NOT stitched a pattern, even though you loved it, because of the way the pattern looked, i.e., small print, color chart on another page, etc.?  If the print is too small on a pattern, I have to admit that I will not stitch it.

Have a great Tuesday, everyone!  Only FOUR days until Christmas!

In peace, love and stitches,


VegasJilly said...

I don't really enjoy shopping either, I always have a hard time finding things I like.

Lucky you a massage! I haven't had a massage in three years!

Lesleyanne said...

Lovely progress. Enjoy your massage.

Pumpkin said...

Nice start!

I'm not a clothes shopper either :oS DH is usually the one that finds clothes for me. LOL!

Not really. The only reason I won't stitch a pattern is if I don't like it!

LoriU said...

If a pattern is too small I just enlarge it on the copy machine and make a working copy.