I’ve been like a busy executive today, missing only the pinstriped suit. (I went with a little red sundress and bare feet instead.) I’ve managed a list of action items that would make me feel queasy to think about if I had been even close to stupid enough to think about it before assaulting it. One must simply charge ahead some days.
Anyway. So much was done. My swelling (and swell) team of Irregulars is rocking all of the Test Beading (and yes, I always have room for more; all you need to do is order the book and you are welcome to join my madcap gang.)
Miss Fish was exactly this much help today, really, she was in complete Fishstick mode. Toes pointed, arms akimbo, tail gently waving back and forth in her sleep. This cat has been in this bed for TEN HOURS, save for the ten minutes she got up to have lunch.
One thing I’ve noticed about cats is that they are not striving for self-improvement. I mean really not at all. The concept doesn’t enter into their consciousnesses, as far as I can tell, other than the obvious necessity of staying sharp, and improving their leaping and hunting skills. But personal improvement, no. I don’t think they think about it.
I’ve had a busy day in the Shop. Thanks so much to everyone who peeked, linked, bought something, or had nice thoughts about Rings. I really appreciate being able to post work and sell it like that. It’s a kind of magic I couldn’t quite make it without.
I’ll be adding to it all weekend.
Also, did you catch Jon Stewart and Leonard Nimoy on the bio of Mitt Romney and/or Steven Colbert on Paul Ryan? Thank God for them, because I can laugh hilariously for a minute or two when contemplating these asshats that are threatening to take us to war with Iran. This is serious business. And I don’t like it. So it helps to be able to just laugh at it from time to time.
Clint Eastwood provided a lot of humour last night as well, when he debated with an invisible Obama in a chair. And lost. WTFF? If you saw the Internet explode with ha ha today, you will enjoy this:
I love my elegant, intelligent, moderate, well-spoken, sensible President. I really do.