I've been sick again this past weekend but finally dragged myself out of bed (seems like 5 pounds lighter) and showered yesterday. And quilted!! And it felt good. I alternated on a little beading on Dancing at Sunset, (pictures soon), and when I got too tired I climbed back into bed with one of Jude Devereux's books, The Summerhouse. I think it's an old one, because one of the lines in it is "You think Goldie Hawn is going to look that good at 50?" And we all know how good she looks at 60! But with unlimited funds and the DESIRE to work out regularly, anyone could keep their youthful blush.
One of my duties these next few weeks is to head up the open house at our little village library. As a member of the board of trustees I came up with the great idea of holding it, not on a sunday afternoon when everyone is doing family things and the library is normally closed, but on a saturday morning when the WHOLE TOWN is IN town picking up mail and food for the week...so now I'm in charge. And it's amazing how organized I am. Article for local paper delegated. Food delegated. Postcards done. I just need to make a bunch of posters. Of course I want every one to be a work of art, and all different but I'm already behind because I wanted them to be done by now. So who knows what we'll end up with. Anyone have any good ideas/gimmicks for getting people to come to open houses besides the word FREE mentioned several times? Joanne, isn't this your domain?!
And one more thing: Brothers Grimm, the movie...DON'T GO THERE. Horrible, horrible, horrible. I always ask Sarah about movies before I watch them and this one slipped through the cracks, and one little boy will have nightmares about being swallowed by a horse for the rest of his life. Sorry, Landon.