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Tuesday, July 29, 2008

The Dating Game

I have been REALLY bad about getting back on track with my blog. Never fear dear reader(s), it's not that I've forgotten about you. It's simply that I've been filling in my spare moments with dating for the first time in my life, and it is a very time consuming process. This is not your grandparent's dating game anymore; the name of the game (unfortunately) seems to be quantity, not quality. Which makes one wonder how anyone can get around to finding their complimentary other half and settle down to growing old together when the world seems so full of other possibilities.

I'm at the point where I'm considering throwing in the towel, folks. Dates with the wrong people (of which I've had more than a handful now) are one thing, but going on a date with the right person is even worse. A great time is had by all, but then what? THAT question can keep you awake at night. Do I call? Do I email? Do I text? Do I myspace comment? Do I yahoo instant message? Do I ignore him all together to seem aloof and mysterious?

BLECH.

I'm grateful for meeting amazingsuperwonderfulfantastic people, and being one myself; living with and nurturing my two favorite people in the world; beginning my mini-vacation today; talking to my best friend until 3:30am; and knowing I'm lovable.

Friday, July 11, 2008

I KNOW I Keep Saying It....





I, Tasha, do hereby vow that I will spend no fewer than eight (8) hours of time this very weekend in my sewing studio. The focus of any and all time spent in said sewing studio will be: completing unfinished projects, beginning new projects, cleaning up messes, and feeding the creative spirit that has been taking a nap inside me. All such undertakings should occur regardless of gorgeous weather, needed housework, or offers from eligible bachelors for meals or massages.

No more excuses.

With warm regards,

Tasha

Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Abandoned!

There once was a story about two WONDERFUL small children who went camping with their father, a man who lived in a land far, far, away.

They played in, and under, and around the outside for days.

They enjoyed s'mores

and reading Harry Potter by headlamp
Mommy was at home feeling lonely and bored, and doing lots of driving around...

Glad my babies are home safe and sound.
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(Did absolutely NO sewing this weekend)