Friday, August 17, 2007

The last limerick

Here is the last one ...unless I decided to write one and subject YOU to read it! MUAHAHAHAHAHA! (sorry..it must be the heat...:::grin::::)

This was the winner...but I liked the Mini Cooper one the best.

"Alas," she did write to the nation,
"We went on a Phoenix vacation."
On computer she blogged,
"While together we jogged
He died of spontaneous cremation."

(Told ya I liked the Mini Cooper better!)

Today was our Lunch Bunch lunch together. We will sew together next time. I was 30 mins late as I had to take older DS to work. He had to be there at noon. We split the difference...He was 30 mins early..and I was 30 mins late. He may be able to drive as early as next week (medical reasons for no driving...not 'in trouble with the police' reasons!)












Remember that dust storm I showed you the other day? (the haboob?) We had one last night! I was driving my son to soccer practice. I had to slow down to 55 in a 65 mph zone ( unHEARD of in this town!). By the time we got home, I felt like I had a 'sand blast' facial! YUCK


I hope to have something quilty to show tomorrow. Thanks for stopping by!

3 comments:

QuiltingFitzy said...

When we first moved here in April, we thought, "WOW, this breeze is lovely, think we'll open the windows." Then along came a storm, "Oh, we'll close them when the rain comes in."

BIG MISTAKE

The dust came in first, coating the kitchen floor (OK, I guess it coated the carpeting too, lol) with a thick layer of sandy dust.

Took us a couple of times to get the sequence right...now we close it up first then watch the storm rolling in. Geez Louise!

Katherine@Raising Five said...

Yes, I like the Mini Cooper one better, too!

Loved looking at all your quilts - what a beautiful art! Maybe someday! Now that I have everyone out of diapers, I'm seeing some light at the end of the tunnel...

Tanya said...

Wow, that sandstorm would give me with willies. I don't know if I could cope with sand everywere! (Remember I'm dealing with mold this week.) Loved reading the limericks.