Saturday, September 29, 2007

Stitching Together Thoughts

I've been spending quality time in my upstairs hideout, where I have the juiciest space to do whatever creative thing I dream of. I'm stoked to announce: I have a new craft! I'd show you pictures of my new creations, but unfortunately, Zieg is traveling right now with the camera. So stay tuned for the return of the camera. I guarantee that next week's photos will be exciting to "unfold." In the meantime, rest assured that I am full of inspiration and jolly jubilee for life. I am definitely not bored!

Needletune needs new pictures. Since I have to hold off on showing off what I made, here's a pair of random musings about photos I found in the computer.


Here is a my silly friend Kari from college, who I recently bonded with while she was living in Astoria, Oregon (where "The Goonies" was filmed). Her house was on a hill overlooking the ocean. It had what appeared to be the Golden Gate Bridge out the front door. Breathtaking! But in return for the beauty, she had the shortest shower in the world. An elf shower. This is what she had to do if she didn't feel like going to the gym to take a shower.



Isn't this pretty? It was taken by our little camera just a few weeks ago. I bet you have no idea what it is. I'm not telling. heh. Any ideas? Leave me a comment and tell me what you think it is. If you're right, you'll be my new best friend! If you are wrong, Needletune points for you for effort.

It's late, I'm all crafted out. Good night.

4 comments:

Felicia said...

No idea but its pretty :)

ACR said...

Oooh - I can't wait to hear about this new hobby of yours. I'd guess the picture is of a cake.

Kathleen said...

I think the center is a flat creation made out of that clay you work with (Femo?), surrounded by white beads.

And I would also like to say that I too have made lists of lists. And I have also put things I have already done on a list, so that I can cross it off, therby assuring myself that I am making progress.

Kathleen

Ellie said...

Excellent guesses, but it's not a cake and it's not sculpey clay. Hint:
It wasn't intended to be art.