Wednesday, June 23, 2010
Miss Karma was reaching for something under the dresser...and dozed off--ROFL!
She always hears the camera and me moving around, tho.
She dozed off again after I took the pictures--hehe!
I did think of something quiet to do. Got all set up to work on some watercolor bookmarks. Decided to try my watercolor block that I never use.
Several years ago Leah, Ariel, Aaron, and I made some as a craft project. We laminated them and sold them at craft tables. I only saved two of mine and they are my favorites.
Anyways, it took forever for me to incorporate the gold particles that had sunk to the bottom of these jars.
I was shaking and shaking. Finally took out some popsicle sticks and stirred--and thinned out the Winsor Newton gold with water. They were a project onto themselves. :)
Decided that this is the perfect way to finally play with all the tiny palettes that I had been putting together for a couple of years with all the different brands of watercolor paints--tada! Anyways, I am now all set up to play...when I work up to it--hehe!
I spent a lot of last two nights watching the end of season four of Supernatural--wow! Now I have to wait for season five to come out on DVD to find out if the devil has been set loose from hell!! ;) ****
And I have the first DVD of season two of True Blood to watch. Happened to return a DVD when the second season first came out. I imagine I'll be on the waiting list for a while before I get the rest of them. Got to find out who was dead in that car...;)
Caroline comes tonight, so I will have to set the alarm so I will be up--hehe! These crazy hours! *shakes head* We have the annual apartment inspection on Thursday. Just found the notice taped to my door when I went to check the mail in the middle of the night. So--good thing Caroline comes tonight. It will be all nice and clean for the inspection. :) Not that it ever looks too much different around here--hehe!
Well, it's about lunchtime for me--ROFL! Have a good day!! :):)
"It all depends on how we look at things, and not how things are in themselves. The least of things with a meaning is worth more in life than the greatest of things without it."