In three words …
23/03/2012 § 2 Comments
“… describe yourself!”
“Yeah – you!”
“Well – I dunno. What a daft question! Why d’you want to know, anyway?”
“OK – let’s try another one. In three words, what have you been doing this week?”
“That’s easy – I’ve been to the ART MARKET, I’ve been TAKING PHOTOS in the garden and I’ve been RIPPLING.”
“Have I passed the Three Word test?”
“OK, you’ve passed.”
“Why do you want to know?”
“No reason, just being nosey, I guess!”
It’s been a busy, busy week but I’ve managed to squeeze in some lovely time in the garden and treated myself to another tree! Yes, a Silver Birch for £4 from Tesco! It’s more of a twig than a tree, although the bamboo pole that was attached was quite tree-like! I’ve planted it in a pot and hope that it does well.
I think I may have mentioned a couple of weeks ago that I’ve finally got the hang of crocheting the Ripple pattern. Now, I’m off and there’s no holding back. This is week 2 and I’m topping 20 rows. I’m working it in Drops Karisma, mainly although I’m not being too fussy if a pure wool from a different stable takes my fancy. I can see why people get ‘hooked’ on rippling!
Anyway, in three words – what have you been doing this week?
It’s easy, simply choose 3 happy things and all the boring bits just melt away!
Enjoy your weekend – I’m off to the Country Living Fair with my daughter tomorrow and I CAN’T WAIT!