Busy without You

Oy, Kiddies, what I had thought would be a 40 minute project just turned into two hours!
It involved a stencil, embroidery thread, bright sunlight which became twilight (I am thinking I need new glasses), and three spots of blood when I jabbed my finger.
Crocheting is much easier and goes faster.

Cannot say anymore, a couple good friends read my weblog and there is a surprise coming the middle of July.  Pictures must wait.

Tomorrow is Father’s Day.  I am hoping for time to get something together along that line before my session with the Algebra tutor.  That graphing calculator cost too much to be pitching it over the porch railing, so I had better learn how to use it. 
Just in case the real world beckons and decrees that a graphing calculator is a necessity.

Returning to college has its highs and its problems.  My mindset hasn’t changed in 25 years.  I hate paying tuition to have someone tell me what to do and how to say it. 

Ah, well, I’d better go load the dishwasher.  Something good happened today.
~~love and Huggs, Diane

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3 Responses to Busy without You

  1. Maria says:

    As I look back on my college days and all those courses that followed, I often felt like I was just jumping through hoops. So I jumped and jumped and got the degrees. It is difficult, but don’t let it get you down. As to crocheting, my mother gave up on trying to teach me when I was about thirteen. Talk about a kid who was all thumbs!

  2. Momma says:

    Three Cheers for the Dishwasher Man! Yeah! Yeah! Yeah! That has got to help alot towards picking up a little extra time. As to the blood spilling–been there –done that and still can’t do needlework worth a darn!!!

  3. Andrea says:

    Yay, the dishwasher got fixed! 🙂