Would you like something along the lines of a funky patchwork skirt or quilt? Hypothetically speaking...
More than likely, yes... I do adore the one in the link that was posted a few pages back.What is your favorite color combo to wear? Not just in general but bascially what colors do you wear most often or look best on you?
I'm always told red looks really nice on me; both deep red and bright red. I have a bright red pea coat that I usually wear with a green scarf when I'm wearing black or gray pants. I also layer a really bold blouse with a good black tank and a necklace quite often. Hope that helps at least a little, if this craftster is my partner What is the strangest dream you've had recently???
Bear with me, this could get long. This was shortly after the earthquake in Haiti, so I think part of this was based on all the news stories about the children being adopted.
Here goes the dream:
I was pregnant, and somehow got myself to the hospital since I was about to have my baby. They got me into a bed, and then walked in and handed me a small dark skinned little girl, and that was that. So, I get out of bed and I'm taking this little baby around town, walking through this super seedy looking area of town, and it looks to be around midnight. This girl is adorable. She's got a little orange and white toque on, and a little snowsuit. All of a sudden, she starts talking. She looks at me and says "what do you want to do?" So I tell her "I don't know, but there's a theatre up the street." So we keep chatting as I carry her to the theatre.
We get inside, and there are two guys behind the counter, and my friends Spoons, Nathan and Danielle are there. The lobby of the theatre is set up like a joke shop, and one of the guys behind the counter is wearing a propeller beanie, the other is wearing rainbow suspenders and nerd glasses. The only movie playing is The Hunt for Red October.
Spoons is digging through a bin of whoopee cushions and Groucho glasses and the like, while Nathan wanders aimlessly. Danielle crawls into her shoulder bag and goes for a nap on the counter. I tell my baby that I don't think she'd like The Hunt for Red October, so we leave.
Suddenly, it's daytime and I'm in a thrift shop. I have this little baby carrying bag with me which clips to a clothes hanger, so I clip the baby onto a hanger and hang her up on the rack while I look at dresses and show them to her to get her opinion. It suddenly occurs to me that I need to get back to work, so I rush to the office, and my coworkers are ogling my baby and asking me where I'm going to put her while I'm at work for the afternoon....
...and that's it.I also totally just remembered some more favourite quotes-
...these are all Emo Philips, hahaha. I love his quirky humour.
"Probably the toughest time in anyone's life.... is when they have to murder a loved one because they're the devil. Other than that, though, it's been a good day."
"When I was a kid I used to pray every night for a new bicycle. Then I realised that the Lord, in his infinite wisdom, doesn't work that way, so I stole one and asked Him to forgive me."
"Well, my brother says hello. So, hooray for speech therapy!"
"You know what I hate? Indian givers... no, I take that back."
I'm missing my Buster a lot today, it's so weird not having him at my door when I wake up. I keep expecting to see him, or hear him meowing for breakfast. I'm really glad that when my parents went out of town on Monday, I was lying on the couch in the sunroom and Buster hopped up on me... and I happened to have my camera and took a bunch of pictures of us together. It had been a long time since I'd taken pictures of the two of us, and I'm really glad I got the chance - I don't think it was a coincidence at all. For some reason this one makes me smile... there are nicer ones, but I like how silly and casual this one looks.