Friday, October 03, 2014

I smiled

So just now as I opened my little ole online sett (badger homes/dens are called setts for those of you uninitiated into the wonderful world that is the life of my favorite critters who look remarkably like  a ferocious dust mops) and the quote that popped up on the sidebar was:

“Tomorrow may be hell, but today was a good writing day, 
and on the good writing days nothing else matters.” —Neil Gaiman

Immediately I thought that it's almost right -- in my world that would be

"Tomorrow may be hell, but today is a good reading and stitching day,
and on good reading and stitching days nothing else matters."  -- Me 

It works for me and makes me smile.  I bet it works for you too,  Can I hear an Amen?

On the happy front, look who started her Mega Mini thingy --

That's a start on the little purple and peach house in this pic:

I know it is early days yet, but I'll get there.

Oh, there was fun yesterday in the Fortune 500.  There was a Rivals Rally for a Kure event-- rival local teams getting together to raise money for cancer research.    My beloved Bruins showed valiantly versus the dreaded cross town scoundrels,,,, who brought their blooming horse!

Of course, in the name of cancer research, yours truly bought the shirt --

If one of these events pops up in your city, go -- it's fun and friendly and for a good cause.

Happy stitching and reading to all and to all a good morning!


Linda said...

I love your new start. Also the pics from the last post. I'm guessing that they all are in the same book. Can you please give me the name of the book.

Thank you for visiting my blog and the nice comments. I just became a follower of your blog.

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Hazel said...

That's a lovely new start. Beautiful colours. x

Becca said...

What a wonderful start!

And I love the quote. Neil Gaiman is one of my favorites.

LindataxPA said...

Still have 9 tax returns to do. Want to stitch.

Justine said...

Amen! I try to make every day a good stitching day. Good luck with MMMM, you're off to a great start!

Thoeria said...

Cute start to the MMMM! Lol....loved the comparison between a dust mop and an otter!