Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Been Tagged

I have been tagged by Libby I have been thinking all day what I can tell you about myself so here goes:
1. I can't sit still, I always have to have something to do with my hands or brain, reading, quilting, knitting, I can't even sit out side and just enjoy the weather, I usually see something that has to be done, like a weed or watering.
2. Fibers have been a life long adventure, including being a hairdresser for 32 years, just another fiber right? I also think that's why I can't sit still, and am very aware of the time, can't stand being late for anything.
3. I am totally addicted to coffee, guess that's where I get my extra energy from?
4. I never do dishes, my sweetie does them everynight, gotta love a man that does dishes.
5. I am crazy about sloppy love stories, and OH MY I love the Hallmark channel, just keep the tissues handy for those sappy happy endings!
6. I can't stand being un-organized, need everything in its place, can't work in a mess.
7. Love the rush of a planning a new project or trip, the planning and details are such fun, guess that's why I don't like kits, to me it feels like someone has licked the icing clean off my cupcake.
Sew till later


Patti said...

We have several things in common besides our love of primitive and folk art quilts. I too just can never sit still - my hands MUST be busy. The only exception is in the evening when we are camping - I can sit looking at a fire for the longest time. Not sure why - I guess it puts me in a meditative state. I also LOVE sappy love stores - I'm so glad for DVD's! And I must clean the sewing room before I can work - I can't stand to be in a mess either.

Libby said...

I love to stay organized, too. Sometimes I will let clutter build up and then it's a marathon session to rid myself of it. But even when there's clutter, I know where everything is *s*

Wendy said...

I have to be always doing something, if I sit down it's only to pick up a needle and thread or some knitting needles.

Sweet P said...

I agree with you about enjoying the planning process. I love it, sometimes even more than making the project.

Your phrase, "it feels like someone has locked the icing clean off my cupcake," is great. I feel the same way about buying kits or pre-packaged fabric for a specific design.

Feeling Simply Quilty said...

Great descriptions. Licked the icing off my cake...never heard that one before...smile

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