Sunday, October 09, 2005

Lazy Sundays

Well, today has been a very relaxing day with sleeping in, and reading and watching a movie (Finding Forester), then a nap before taking a walk with DH to Blockbuster to rent movies and to have a late lunch.

So far today I have only done maybe about half an hours worth of stitching. I worked on some backstitching of "Kitten Love" at the beginning of watching Finding Forester. Other than that, no stitching has gotten done, but I think that later this evening I will pick up "Fright Night Friends", one of my Halloween pieces and try to get some work in on it, maybe, just maybe I will be able to meet my goal of finishing it by the 15th. (I think that is the day I said I wanted to finish it by.) So, we shall see how it goes.

Well, I think I will go watch my movie now, I rented my all time favorite: "You've got mail" I love that movie to bits! I used to have it on vhs, but wore it out because I watched it so much, I really aughto go to Amazon and see if they have it on DVD. And while I watch my movie, I will stitch away on "Fright Night Friends" Good idea? Yes, I thought so too!


BeckySC said...

Hello Joy :)
It is so nice to meet you and to receive such a nice e-mail from you :) I enjoyed it very much and will reply to is soon :)

Thanks for visiting my blog and for your comments on the blog and And The Animals Came. I have stayed with ATAC this weekend and have made much progress....YAY!!!

Absolutely, a new friend is ALWAYS welcome-I love making new friends :) I look forward to getting to know you and hearing from you :) Thanks for visiting with me and the sweet e-mail :)

YOUR new friend as well :)

Cathy said...

I have just about run my copy of "Return to Me" into the ground, so I totally know how you feel with "You've Got Mail." Thanks for commenting on my blog, I'm glad you enjoy it!

Decia said...


MysteryKnitter said...

If you love "You've got Mail", I love "Sissi -trilogy", as I call it. It is a story of a princess. She came an empress and a queen. Her real name was Elisabeth, but she was called Sisi. In the films and books they call her Sissi. The version in which Romy Schneider is Sissi...I mean the Germany one...I love it!