Wednesday, October 6, 2010
Y-seams and Chaos
This little bit of sewing chaos leads into Ian's big chaos. The big guy is really a literal thinker, exasperatingly so! Last Wednesday he had a freak-out meltdown over the word CHAOS. He is shouting and waving wildly all because the word is not pronounced CHOWSE - the way it is spelled. Ian's class is studying greek mythology, so they have been reading about CHOWSE quite a bit. I had a "read and vomit" book named "Chaos" on the counter and he just fell apart over the "stupidest word ever." Two years ago we had this same episode over the word aisle. I keep telling Ian to memorize the word and not think about it.
This last part is misc. stuff.
I read in a Woman's Day magazine that you should vacuum at least twice a month. Whoohoo, that makes me a great housekeeper!
Riley is getting old, frail, deaf and blind. Ned said, "he can't see, he can't hear, but he can still feel." Cute Neddy.
The kids emphatically did not want me to make squirrels next year as a quilt project. Who knew they would react so strongly? They want me to continue with a monthly fun reminder, maybe next year everything fun will remind me of squirrels. I am almost finished with the one squirrel quilt I have made. I think it is quite adorable and will be a Christmas door hanging.
The keyless remote has stopped working on the big green behemoth. The key is also not working on my side. I have to lock and unlock the car door from the passenger side. I am off to get it fixed tomorrow, exactly how I wanted to spend my afternoon.
I picked up my winter coat that had been at the dry cleaner since March. It took me awhile to figure out why it wasn't in the closet. At least it is clean!!
I got a haircut today and it looks nice. This is the first time EVER that a hairdresser put absolutely NO products in my hair. No mousse, no gel, no hairspray! I can't get my hair out of my face, it is making me nutso!
Fall is really here. I love fall, but am not ready yet. Turning the calendar to October was sad, another year winding down. Don't get me wrong, I am so glad to be here! I want time to slow down a bit.
When your retreat roommate announces, "oh my, I am getting flatulent!" is never a good thing. I can honestly say I have probably never uttered that phrase before. Not because I don't have gas, but have never said it quite like that. I might have walked outside and not really said anything.
Posted by ConundrumChum at 6:48 PM