Last night at this time, I sat at my computer and wrote a quick post about a favorite tea cup of mine and coming home on a rainy day to someone I love. I finished the post, hit publish and then headed upstairs to put my pajamas on.
While I was up there, I began to go over in my head what I’d just written and came to the conclusion that it was a bunch of romantic nonsense and I’d better get downstairs quick and either delete it or edit the hell out of it. I could just imagine my sister-in-law reading it and rolling her eyes. I’ve always wanted to be practical like her. But instead, I’m a hopeless romantic.
But when I got back downstairs, I saw that I already had several comments on the post, so now I wasn’t going to delete it. And as was reading them, more showed up. What the ding dang diddly??
You all continue to surprise me. Honestly. When I mentioned that I wasn’t able to find that beautiful cup online to show you, you found it for me. And Gaelen, who was the first to discover the pattern name, even wrote back to say she’d seen a matching plate over on my friend, Mary’s Little Red House decorating blog. Thanks to everyone who supplied links. It was nice finding out where to get other pieces to match that beautiful pattern.
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My husband’s in a good mood because the season premier of Survivor is on. The real Survivor. Not what he calls ‘the Survivor Dancing Show’ (Dancing with the Stars) or ‘the Survivor Singing Show’ (American Idol) but the real mccoy. And something evil this way comes on the show this season. Unlike my post title, one thing I am very sure of is how much I seriously dislike Russell H. He’s a sick little bulldog of a man who even Jeff Probst says is the most evil character ever to appear on the show. A couple of people are already beginning to mistrust him and he was instrumental in getting the first one off the show tonight.
And that’s all I have to say about that. Until tomorrow, my friends . . .
The photo was made using the mosaic maker at Big Huge Labs. I think I’ll call it ‘Stripes’.