Friday, June 16, 2006

The Friday STALL . . .


Why am I such a procrastinator? Why am I spending ALL OF THIS TIME to make my blog pretty, instead of working on pages? As Jenna would say, "What in the Heck?!?!?" (BTW, don't know where she got that one. I don't use heck.) So here's the deal. I woke up early, hoping to get something done. Maybe a page for the KI entry. Did I do it? Heck no. Why? Don't know. Went and had coffee with my mom. Came home, and had time to work since JJ was at school. Did I work? No again. I went for a walk. Went to a pedicure appt that is for TOMORROW. Swift one, Kay. So Jen was tired after school and had lunch and watched a Mary Kate and Ashley movie. Did I work? That's right, no. She's been laying down, trying to take a nap for a half hour. Have I worked on a page? No. But I have a really pretty banner on my blog! I seriously need some help. Maybe next week? For now, I'd better go tackle the laundry I didn't get done yesterday.

The pic is one from the Nature Center. We rode our bikes there last night and walked around (8 miles on the bikes.) It is such a beautiful place . . . we're so lucky to have it! It is of bleeding hearts, and I've decided I must have these flowers (I guess it's a bush) in my yard. I'm on a mission . . .

6 comments:

squillen said...

GORGEOUS GORGEOUS banner, Kay!!!!

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Mary Rogers said...

Kay, WOW - beautiful banner photo!! so glad I peeked!!

xoxo
Mary

janel said...

The photo of the bleeding heartsis gorgeous...they were my dad's VERY favorite flowers...and every time I see them..I miss him and think of him! Thanks for the memories....no worry about work...."to every thing there is a time and a season".....you will get it done in style and with flair!

Wendy Reed said...

I am such a total procrastinator!!! Ugh... like I get stuck on this darn computer!

Great new blog!

Smiles,
Wendy

Yvette said...

Love the photo. I also want to get some of those for my yard. I just have to find out how well they grow in California.