Thursday, April 2, 2009

Following in Amy's footsteps

Here is the Meme (or survey) that Amy posted yesterday with my answers:

1. If you could eat ANYTHING at THIS VERY MOMENT what would you be stuffing your face with?

Scotcheroos (these are the peanut butter rice krispie bars with melted butterscotch/chocolate chips spread on top.

2. If you could warp the space time continuum and start and finish a project in an hour, what would it be (and what color would it be?)

The Arwen cardigan - I want to make it but am a little intimidated.

3. What was the weirdest thing to happen to you all day?

I walked outside to find a huge hole in my front yard and my plants dangling almost in mid-air with roots trailing down. I guess the sewer is really here!

4. What was the funniest thing someone said to you today?

Meow - I've hardly talked to anyone without fur today :-)

5. What was today's songworm?

Don't have one

6. What was the thing you did today you were proudest of?

Got the billing all done for our business and got the books caught up for the month.

7. What was the dumbest thing you did today?

Played egg breaker on Facebook

8. What was the most same ol' same ol'?

The craptacular house (ditto - I can't improve on that)

9. What was the best thing about your region today?

Bright blue sky

10. What color was your day, and would you knit a project with it?

My day was tan rocks, blue sky and a sprinkling of purple flowers. That would be a lovely knitting project.

4 comments:

Roxie said...

Sounds like an excellent day. Meow!

KnitTech said...

Maybe I should have your cats talk to my cats. But knowing mine, they'd have yours talking into buying calendar's for your husband.

Donna Lee said...

Your day sounds like it would make a lovely knit! And it sounds like things are calmer than they were. I haven't done the taxes yet, I keep putting it off. Don't know why, except we owe more years than we get money back. Maybe today. I still have 10 days....

Amy Lane said...

Wow-- that's one of my favorite color combos! And my craptacular house is still standing--how about yours!