Friday, May 25, 2007

Ahh The Joys Of Swapping

Did I mention that I joined Knitters Tea Swap3?
Well, I did.

On a more finished note, I will be mailing my ISE4 scarf this next week. Then the Coffee Swap and Tea Swap packages will be on their way! Perhaps after that I will take a swap break!

But not for long :)

Thursday, May 24, 2007

And Last But Not Least

My Peculiar Aristocratic Title is:
Very Lady Kelly the Confused of Menzies on the Minges
Get your Peculiar Aristocratic Title

OMG Lookie What I Found!

SO, I am cruising in blogland (avoiding house work and packing to move) when I come across some interesting name generators. And yes, I had to go there...

Your Girl Parts Are Named:

Box Lunch at the Y

Your Boobies' Names Are...

Tweedledum and Tweedledee

I am now offically named in all areas!!

Friday, May 18, 2007

Same Old Thing

Well folks, it's time to travel again. Off to L'ville for the weekend to work. Hopefully when I return I will have a fixed camera and some picture to show y'all. Talk to you Saturday!

Thursday, May 10, 2007

Exciting Things

My son moves out tomorrow into his first apartment. He is extremely excited and so am I. We've been digging through things in the house that he can take with him and save him some money. My living room is passable and that's it. By the time I get home from working in Louisville, most of his things will be in is new place.
I found a great apartment also and will be moving at the end of June. This comes after my present landlord tells me that he is going to add another floor to the place I am living in RIGHT NOW. While I am in it, trying to sleep for a night job. I have no idea how deeply he sleeps folks but I am NOT that deep sleeper. Not even with drugs.
So I went looking yesterday and found an amazing one bedroom in a four-plex. It's great! I'll post pictures as soon as I throw them in the computer.

Thursday, May 03, 2007

A Weekend In Kentucky

Yes folks, it's running of The Kentucky Derby this weekend. And, of course, I am working. This is not a bad thing though. The general flavor of Louisville on this particular weekend tends to be a little more over the top then I prefer. Traffic will suck. People will be nuts. And it will be an otherwise fatiguing day.
I would prefer to be home in Lexington watching the Derby in my parents living room, eating mom's cooking, celebrating Kentucky tradition and my father's upcoming birthday (73 years and counting. That's Dad, not the Derby).
Happy Kentucky Derby Day!