Friday, July 23, 2004

Summer heat and missing keys.

I noticed that the weather in Salem Oregon is expected to be very hot about 104  according to my Yahoo! and MSN websites. Hood River is expected to be about 101. Which makes me feel pretty good, because we are supposed to be about 99 which mean probably about 101 today. Finally a day where my friends and family up North will be hotter than I am! But those of you in New York are supposed to be cooler. I can't remember your expected high, because I was so thrilled that Salem was going to be so much warmer than Atwater.

I still haven't been able to get to WalMart. I finally get a creative inspiration and I can't do anything about it! Well actually I'm practicing with size 10 needles and some left over yarn, it's interesting and I think it's going to be very pretty. Howard wants to know what I'm going to do with this practice thing I'm making, I don't know what to tell him. Maybe a cushion cover or something for Aidan to play with. Or I might pull it out and do something else with it.

Aidan has decided that everything belongs in the trash can. Probably because the lid has one of those flaps that swings in when you push it. I've had to take the cell phone and several of his toys out of there almost constantly everyday for about 10 days now. I can't wait until he gets over this particular fascination. I think my keys are now at the dump, anyway they are gone. I've searched anywhere I can think of for them. If they are in the trash, it'll be ok, because I can make copies of all of them. Someone else has copies of every key I had. If they are here somewhere I guess I'll end up with an extra set of everything, because I have to get them copied the next time I'm some place that makes keys.

Well, everyone, I hope you have a wonderful week-end. I don't know if I'll blog over the week-end or not. I don't always have anything to say.

3 comments:

Jennifer said...

One of the things I like about knitting and crochet is that you can rip out your work and still have usable yarn! With sewing, you can't really do that. Once you cut the fabric, you're kind of stuck.

Just in case you are interested, here is one of my favorite places to buy yarn online: http://www.smileysyarns.com

(It's cheaper than WalMart!)

Messed up Mama said...

Thank you for the site, I'll go check it out as soon as I can.

You are right about knit and crochet, the only thing you can do with fabric that has already been cut is to make something smaller. I've been using old shirts of Howards to make new shirts for Aidan. LOL

Beloved said...

Wow...sounds hot. Less hot here in Arizona. Anyway, thanks for posting on ym blogg. Your very sweet for doing so. Will post later.