Thursday, January 31, 2008
Tuesday, January 29, 2008
Friday, January 25, 2008
Thursday, January 24, 2008
Adrian Monk: Snakes trump heights. It goes germs, needles, milk, death, snakes, mushrooms, heights, crowds, elevators.
[Monk is babysitting a two-year old]
Teresa Crane: Now before I go, do you have any questions for me?
Adrian Monk: Yes, yes, I have a couple of questions. What does he eat? Teresa Crane: He... eats food. He eats whatever you eat, only in smaller portions. Adrian Monk: Oh. So he's like a person.
Sharona Fleming: You okay?
Adrian Monk: Not really in my comfort zone here.
Adrian Monk: Yes, I have a comfort zone.
Sharona Fleming: I've never seen a comfort zone.
Friday, January 18, 2008
Notice the large glowing eye.
I challenge Kristi Lou to get a more beautiful shot then this one :-)!!
Thursday, January 17, 2008
Wednesday, January 16, 2008
knitted in Belgium Face 45% acrylic 40% wool 15% polyester
Recommended usage: light duty upholstery
Designed by the Pollack Studio
Sunday, January 13, 2008
Friday, January 11, 2008
What a very special gift. I received this package in the mail from Bobbi. Inside was this incredible bag!! It is so neat and functional. I am so into neat AND functional. WOW. It is so well made and BEAUTIFUL. I have received many compliments everywhere I go. I feel I should have some of your business cards Bob! It has room for my purse things and my craft stuff I carry with me everywhere I go. You know, I need to craft at stop lights, etc. Don't waste time!!
Also, it is Rick approved. I seriously was looking for a purse that would not drive him crazy when he needed to retrieve stuff inside of it. I was literally shopping for the perfect size, shape, non sagginess, non sac shaped (sorry bob, your 1st bag was flatly rejected by Rick. He said "there should be no such thing as a sac shaped purse" or something to that effect. After that, I went shopping for "the perfect" purse. Open enough for his big meaty claws to get into, big enough that light can get into it so he can see. Square enough and flat enough so nothing can sink to the bottomless dark void of a sac shaped purse. Oh, I think that might be all for now. I am happy to report, your bag fit the bill perfectly. He is quite impressed. I am sure he had some kind of critique, but it must have been minor, because, I don't even remember it.
About a month ago, I got this fantastic "eye candy" magazine in the mail. I ordered "Real Simple" from a fund raiser of the kids, and thought I might have ordered this by accident. Well when another one came a week ago, I needed to see what I had done. Was this my "Real simple" magazine? NO! It was a gift from Bob! She knows me so well! Thanks Bob! Don't stop crafting OR sending things to me. K~
Thursday, January 10, 2008
Wednesday, January 09, 2008
This is such a cool place. The kids, Rick and I went to the Mall of America's Under Water World. It is a must see. You need to get discount tickets, however, kind of spendy!!! They have Spongebob in a boat at one point. Why he lives in water?? still cute. There are a lot of koi at the beginning of the exhibit. They seem so friendly. I'd like a koi. Then there is a Wobbegong, a type of shark. It is sitting on the acrylic tunnel. Very neat. You can see sharks, saw fish, rays, etc swimming over the tunnel. Sea Turtle!!! :-) How neat to see them up so close. The kids with a school of gar. This is the only one I got. Sorry S and D look so psychedelic. I just loved it here. So neat!
Oh yes, and the kid cage, I mean the shark cage!! K~