Tuesday, December 31, 2013

O M G

Oh my gosh, oh my gosh, seriously? REALLY? Come on Mom and Aunt Katie; I'm glad you brought the faux pas to my attention. The "significant other" referred to in my previous post is ANDY'S (my middle son's) live-in girlfriend Chelsea. I certainly don't have anyone "significant" in my life except my boys (and the women they love). Wow. Some folks think I move really fast. Just so you know, I have investigated the matchmaking process, and what I hear over and over again is they have too many women my age already signed up, so unless I want to pay $5000. for  introductions, good luck to me and good bye. 

I am getting very comfortable living alone and don't think I want to mess it up anyhow.

My last hexagon motif:
Now to choose what color to join them with.
Black?
A light print?
Here's what the print looks like close up:
Tea dyed muslin?
Or light muslin?
Mom, you tell me.
And here is an example of what I do in my spare time:
Blanket the water heater. Exciting huh?
It is 9 p.m. on New Year's Eve and I am in my pjs watching (after I finish this post) the entertainment on TV. I am all about risk avoidance. I hope everyone stays safe so we can all enjoy 2014. Hawk tooey to 2013. I won't miss it.

9 comments:

WoolenSails said...

I love the floral prints you are using, that is going to be gorgeous. We stay home too, but I have the flu so wouldn't matter, lol. Bill is using his time off to rip up the cabinets and put the new ones in, so hope he can finish the bottom in a few days, I want my kitchen back.

I hope the new year brings you joy and happiness.

Debbie

WoolenSails said...

I love the floral prints you are using, that is going to be gorgeous. We stay home too, but I have the flu so wouldn't matter, lol. Bill is using his time off to rip up the cabinets and put the new ones in, so hope he can finish the bottom in a few days, I want my kitchen back.

I hope the new year brings you joy and happiness.

Debbie

joanne said...

I like the black background, makes all the pretty colours pop. As for exciting evenings I will be sitting here with my doggy waiting for the witching hour and the new year, maybe have myself a drink or two and celebrate the fact that I survived 2013. you too?

Muddling Through said...

Your hexagon motifs are really pretty. They seem to show up better on the darker background to me. We stayed home, too, and toasted the New Year with sparkling grape juice. Really racy, huh? LOL

Monica said...

I like the black background! The darkness of it really allows the hexis to pop. I think a really really dark plum/purple would look good too.

P.S. Happy New Year to you! May it bring you all the happiness you can handle and then some.

marlu said...

I like the black best too!

Brenda DeBord said...

I love the black background. Hope you have a great new year. We stay at home and watch football what an exciting group we are. See you soon.

Katie Paxton said...

Black

mrs.hands said...

I like the light print best!