We laughed about the 28 inches of snow we experienced in Upper Michigan last weekend. The universe laughed back and dumped on us--we got 7 inches of our own Wednesday--a beastly, stormy day. But a bit of good came out of it all--the library closed early and I got to come home and play with Lucy and with my Serendipity project.
Lucy is doing great. Lots of extreme silliness around here this week. Baby talk. Squeaky toys. Not normal adult behavior. But very fun.
Gratuitous Lucy picture
On the Serendipity, I cut triangles and mocked up blocks using hinged mirrors. Now once again I'm dithering. These below are all good possibilities. I may also swap out the center dotted triangle for a different bright. Or not.
Hope to hit the design wall with all this over the weekend. Need to get some decisions made.
Tazzie has tagged me as a Thinking Blog. How nice of her! That's a compliment I greatly appreciate, as thinking is something I like in a person or a blogger. It is, as they say, a Good Thing. In turn, here are five blogs that make me think.
Wish Jar Keri Smith lives the artful life and sees creative potential in everything from gum wrappers to paint sample chips. What does not inspire her is advertising and its all-pervasive tentacles. Her blog always gives the creative juices a kick start.
(And you can quote me--that surely is the most atrocious mixed metaphor of the week...)
Superhero Journal Andrea is a professional photographer, jewelry maker, and proud new mom. She runs with a fascinating group of San Francisco folk.
Fibermania Melody Johnson is outspoken enough to be fun and interesting any day of the week. I'm always inspired by the colorful quilts and paintings that seem to pour out of her.
Sonji Says Sonji Hunt is a member of the Milwaukee Art Quilters and the only blogger mentioned here that I know personally. Her creative approach adds layers of meaning to everything she does and her personality shines through every blog entry. She's just as much fun in person.
The Knitting Curmudgeon Marilyn has seen it all in the knitting world and has an opinion about everything. Ouch! The snarky comments from her readers are an important part of the whole package. I'm not brave enough to do any more than lurk.