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Thursday, March 1, 2012

Do you ever have so many things on the go at once it's like herding cats with everything going in all sorts of directions and you can't catch any of it to finish.....that's me at the moment. I am about to start a project using all of this...
But this book that my daughter gave me to read keeps complicating things....
I have even been seen lately stirring the dinner pot with this book in my hand or on the kitchen bench. I cannot put it down. So instead of starting the project above I keep getting distracted.
So I have come to realise that when I get like this I need a little break. This was reinforced this morning when trying to work I knocked a large very sharp pair of scissors off the ironing board which landed sharp point down through my little toe. After I said 'gosh, gee and ouch' instead of *%#@#** I decided a break is definetely what I need. So I am going to take a little blogging break and spend some time with my Mum and recharge my batteries a little for the weekend. I plan on becoming really good friends with one of these...
and doing a lot of chatting and having a lovely big slice of my Mum's gorgeous Apple Pie to go with it.
" You can't fill anothers cup when yours is empty"
Blessings Michelle xx

18 comments:

  1. Hi there, I'm reading this book too, and loving it! What are you making with the fabrics?

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  2. Have a wonderful weekend. The Help is a great book, I loved it.

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  3. Oh I do know the feeling of too many things and where to go next..... ouch your poor toe... mine are curling up in sympathy... have a good bloggy break... I am selfish and I will miss you but I will try not to be churlish and wish you a good recharge!!!
    Hugz and another Hugz...

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  4. Have a lovely time with your mum Michelle - and let her look after you a bit - especially if that includes apple pie :) Hope you toe is on the mend.

    Hugs, Kathy

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  5. Oh Michelle i just had to laugh at the thought of herding cats. :). Yes i always have to many projects on the go. lol. Love The Help. Hope your toe gets better soon. Hugs,

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  6. I know all about herding cats!!!!
    I was going to buy The Help at the airport the other day but decided i'd rather download it to mu iPad, I have way too many books already.
    Have a lovely time with your mum and make the most of the break!

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  7. Love the look of your wool. We just watched the movie - You'll love the book.

    hugs - Fee X

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  8. Have a lovely break and a good rest. And enjoy that fantastic book!

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  9. enjoy your break Michelle and i look forward to a fresh new you coming back.xx

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  10. Loved the look and color of those fabrics Michelle - I do know what its like to have so many things on the go you don't know what to attack (many of them are your projects lol). Have a lovely small break - will miss reading your wonderful blog for a short time.

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  11. Enjoy and relax - must get my daughter to lend me her copy of The Help.

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  12. I didn't read the book, but the movie was wonderful! Oh Michelle did I jump when I read about your poor toe - go heal, rest, catch your breath and enjoy being with your mum!

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  13. Hi Michelle, I hope your poor toe is healing well. I haven't read "the Help" yet but the movie was great. Enjoy your break,and the pleasure of your Mums company, Best Wishes to you both,Rosalie

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  14. have a wonderful mother and daughter time ..... after you have had a bit of time out... looking forward to what you are going to do with the fabric???????????

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  15. Hope all is ok with your toe. OUCH!
    I saw the movie and it made me cry. It is a sweet movie.
    We will be here when you get back. Enjoy you time.
    Hugs
    donna

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  16. I am reading it as well....love it...enjoy

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  17. Oh Michelle, I do hope your toe is improving.
    Enjoy your blogging break and your visit with your Mum.
    I have my head stuck in a book presently too :)

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  18. Michelle, we read The Help for our book club last year and loved it. Both my teenagers have now also read it. a must and the best laugh around.
    ps. love reading your blog.

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