Tuesday, July 3, 2007

More rain...

Anybody want to join me in building an Ark? This is the field next to our house with the poor old donkey sheltering from the rain yet again.

I had a lovely surprise visit from Marianne (aka Picperfic - can't seem to get a link to work here, yet the one at the side is ok) and Barry this evening. They brought me a cd of the soundtrack from Oh Brother Where Art Thou. It's such a good film with a brilliant soundtrack. Love it! Thank-you both. Hopefully it will help me stay awake into the early hours of the morning whilst I ice The Cake. Wish me luck one and all for this. I might be too nervous to post again until it's done and safely delivered, so until next time I'll love you and leave you.

Oh, and 'Mr Kathryn' you are more than welcome, the blanket project was a pleasure to do. A great many of us wanted to keep it for ourselves, but it was intended for you 3 all along. Just keep it away from the cat!

5 comments:

picperfic said...

It was so nice to meet you Michaela...your home is so beautiful and I immediately felt the need to go home and do some dusting for some reason. I don't know how you manage to do all that you do, you're quite amazing! Oh and sorry to frighten you so late this evening....wish I'd checked for my glasses before we'd driven all the way back home!

Dee said...

Oooh, I love this film, and love the soundtrack too. I think this is a Marmite film - you love it or you hate it. I have been known to judge potential friends by whether they like it or not......

picperfic said...

dee you make perfect sense! I like you too!

Working Mom Knits said...

So happy to have made the "Friends of OH BROTHER..." party! The film and cd are both favs in our house and car respectively.

Good luck with The Cake - we have the utmost faith in your abilities :)

ps: today is the Fourth of July here in America - if you look reeeaallly hard toward the Atlantic, you may see fireworks!

Faerynuff said...

LOL - I was blog surfing and came to yours via Kerrie's @ hipknits, what a surprise to read that you had met my Mum!

I can't wait to see your finished forest canopy shawl :)