Wednesday, March 4, 2009

can't sit still, so go lie down

I can't sit still. It's something my mother never allowed us to do. We always had to be doing something. I of course prefer to do something fun, not just house stuff. So on that day when she shared her germs with me I showed her my new tools. Thinking she'd say what a creative daughter I have. "who's going to wear what you make?" was her encourageing remark. "Oh mommy dearest" I thought. Anyway I got me some new tools. All to do something with the mutitude of beads she had me buy for her advetures. I did buy some of my own beads though. It all started in November when we had that little workshop with Nancy, and we got the bug, and went down to Queen St. the beading capital of the world. I was totally confused, and then we took a class with a lovely young lady named Emma. She made it all look so easy. And look what happened.
I couldn't sit still, so lied down and finished my braclet, must get myself a breakfast table or a lap desk and that would be great to work on, but my macrame board did o.k. too.
Good thing we don't always listen to our mothers eh!

3 comments:

Leslie Jane Moran said...

Nicely done! I finished mine as well. I think it may be one of the only things we've attended together that I've actually finished! It's a very heavy piece.

I'm motivated to do more. Get well soon, so we can get to more classes.

nancy said...

great job, hope your feeling better soon, nancy

irenka said...

We do just take classes don't we.

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