Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Weather and Wondering

Morning clouds ...

turned into afternoon dust.

Two new cross-stitch books picked up last week.

Wondering what to do next. Feeling wishy-washy.

What are you up to on your side of the world? Best wishes and blessings, Tammy

16 comments:

Brenda Kula said...

I'd be headed away from the dust, is what I'd be doing!
Brenda

Marilyn said...

It's almost the weekend Tammy, then maybe you can do something wonderful...like go out to lunch with hubby and buy yourself a little treat...
hmm, dust already huh! hope it blows away real fast and the blue sky and cool tmeps come back.
sleep well!!

Jan said...

The stitching books look like they'd be fun to browse throught. But I think the idea of going to lunch and buying a treat is a grand idea. Turn on some upbeat music, too! That always helps when it's gloomy outside!
Glad to be back home and thanks for coming by and visiting me!
Hugs,
Jan

glor said...

Come join me with cross stitching, we'll chat have some tea. See you shortly.

Celestial Charms said...

Wow, what a wonderful photo of your morning clouds. I wish I knew how to cross stitch, as there seems to be so many pretty patterns out there. On gloomy days, I like to just sit in front of the TV and watch old movies...to get lost in thoughts other than my own!
Maureen

rosarod said...

Hi Tammy, The clear sky and dusty city is something that many would find strange, but I will say that a few years to ca, here in Puertorico, we arrive volcan Seniz a sometimes active on an island called Monserrate , and dust from the Zahara. It is a new problem, we can hardly protect him. So there is always the environment? Greetings, Rose Marie

Susan said...

Hi Tammy...Some days I feel wishy washy, too. A nice dip in a local indoor pool and some laps always clears the wishy washiness. Do you have access to a pool? Hope you have a nice Thursday. Susan

Phyllis said...

I felt like that Monday as well. I'm not super motivated this week once I get home.

Diane said...

Hope you're feeling better tomorrow and that the sun is out.

Signs and Salvage said...

Thank you for visiting my blog & for the birthday wishes!!

I can't wait to read your blog....so amazing to "meet" people from all over the world!!

Take Care,

Kristin

Barbara Jean said...

Tammy,
I just love your sweet little posts, and i smile every time I see you have come to visit.
Thank you for being such a faithful blog friend.

blessings
barbara jean

Roses, Lace and Brocante said...

Dear Tammy
Wish you were here and then you wouldn't feel wishy washy!!!!

I've got to finish my Embroiderers Guild homework B4 next Tuesday - How am I going to do that wioth my houseful and my darling little grandies!!!!!

hugs
Shane

Lori Ann Corelis said...

Your blog is an inspiring look into all that is beautiful & amazing in other parts of the world.
Thank you for sharing!

(And for all your comments on my blog ... So very appreciated!)

Lori Ann

Rizzi said...

HELLO TAMMY,
LOVE YOUR BOOKS, I USED TO CROSS-STITCH BUT MY FINGERS ARE SO FULL OF ARTHRITIS IT IS TOO HARD. I TRY MY EMBROIDERY SOMETIMES, NOT EASY. THAT I MISS. SORRY YOUR FEELING WISHY WARSHY, I AM HAVING A CUP OF TEA TONIGHT AT 10:00 0'CLOCK, AS I DO EVERY NIGHT. JOIN ME, I WILL BE THINKING OF YOU AND YOUR CROSS-STITCHING. HAVE A NICE DAY. RIZZI

LuLu Kellogg said...

I always get out of the house when I am feeling wishy washy!!

Hope the dust is gone!

Love,
LuLu~*xoxo

Anonymous said...

A dusty day outside sounds like the perfect reason to stay inside and work on something. Enjoy a night of being wishy washy about what to do next. I know it won't last long!!

Happy crafting!!

Love ya,
Renee

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