"Things that matter most must never be at the mercy of things that matter least." ~Goethe~

17 March 2010

Days flying by...

Things are way busy around here again.  When is it not.  This week it is more than usual because of Em's tests and trying to get things done around here when we finally get home after lunch.  Luckily, tomorrow is the last day for tests this year, but I'm not sure things will settle down until the weekend.  Maybe.

After tests today, there were some green shirts to be worn while at the park to celebrate in some small way that it is St. Patrick's Day.  It is so wonderful to sit in the fresh air, warm sunshine and just sit and watch two little ones go screaming by while wearing their roller skates.

Then there were some more inspiring projects to look at while soaking up all the wonderfulness at the park.

Does anyone know how to add more time to the days so that I can get all of great projects done that keep being added to my "thing to create" list?  It is a bit of a pickle, isn't it.

On another note...
I better get moving to email the members of Congress from my state about all the "crap" that is going on in D.C. before I get out of my good mood and the emails turn out kind of "gripey".  Gotta try to persuade some common sense into these people and remind them about the real foundation that the Founding Fathers built this country on.  It is so freaking clear that the imbeciles in D.C. really have no clue that we are a free country and not a socialist one.  We are the ones in charge, not any one person or group.  Speak out everybody before there is an end to everything that was fought for when this country was created.  It's closer than you think.


  1. Hi Kar! I like your new background, so cheery. I totally agree with your last paragraph. I don't now when it was decided that government was to be everything and do everything for everybody. We are truly a blessed nation and people just don't see all that we have to loose.

  2. Hello. I came over to visit after I saw your lovely granny "square" afghan icon on a comment. I am a knitter, though probably don't get as much accomplished as you seem to. I bought Debbie Bliss' new magazine for that off-white flowy cardigan pattern. Isn't it pretty? It will go into my list of things to make that is also incredibly long. Have a lovely day!