Wednesday, 29 August 2012

Lists and Links

Today was supposed to be the Getting All Things Else For School Day. By lunchtime, today had become a Writing The List For Getting All Things Else For School Day. By half past two I was acknowledging that today was in fact a Lie Around Watching DVDs and Thinking About Writing The List For Getting All Things Else For School Day.

At 3.57pm Jo put the last piece of jigsaw in to the puzzle and I looked at the clock and screamed. At 4.20pm I was thankfully driving into my new place of little employment (this is a long story for quite another time) and today was relegated to the Forgetting All Things Else For School Day. There's always tomorrow, although that's sort of supposed to be the Going To The Zoo To See The New Red Squirrel Corner Day....

Now I am home and waiting for pasta to cook. So in the meantime, I would cordially invite you to visit Hookery in the Bookery for tonight's latest adventures in yarn, and a very special orange photo-shoot, and then do please visit Queen Niqi's blog, and follow it, and comment thereon. You'll find a much more efficient class of bloggiste there!

6 comments:

Thistle Cove Farm said...

I'm chuckling about your day because I know what it's like to think I've all the time in the world and then realize I'm late, I'm late for a very important date!

quilterliz said...

G'day Mags. I am always asking myself where the time goes, it just seems to fly past and take me with it. Take care. Liz...

Fat Dormouse said...

Oh yes, I too can let the day go by without realising that I've done very little of what I meant to do! If I sit at the computer first thing in the morning that's it! I spend the morning reading all the blogs I like to catch up on - and yours is most definitely included in that!!

Pom Pom said...

You'll get it all done. "last piece of jigsaw" I love that!

GretchenJoanna said...

It's good you haven't forgotten about knitting!

speccy said...

Too many days like that in my world.I do write lists, and then I think I've actually done the things rather than simply naming them :)