Sunday, September 17, 2006

Sunday Night Report

I didn't get any quilting done this weekend. Bruce and I left town early yesterday to do some clothes shopping before going to The Who concert last night. We got back to the hotel at midnight and it was 1 AM before I got to sleep. Then I had to be up at 7:30 so I could in the office at 8:45. I worked until 2:30 PM and have been sitting on the couch watching football and trying to stay awake.

I don't remember who posted the following blogthings, I'm sorry. But here are my answers. I'm ambivilent about my color green. But I am definitely a right brained person.

You Are Teal Green

You are a one of a kind, original person. There's no one even close to being like you.
Expressive and creative, you have a knack for making the impossible possible.
While you are a bit offbeat, you don't scare people away with your quirks.
Your warm personality nicely counteracts and strange habits you may have.



You Are 30% Left Brained, 70% Right Brained

The left side of your brain controls verbal ability, attention to detail, and reasoning.
Left brained people are good at communication and persuading others.
If you're left brained, you are likely good at math and logic.
Your left brain prefers dogs, reading, and quiet.

The right side of your brain is all about creativity and flexibility.
Daring and intuitive, right brained people see the world in their unique way.
If you're right brained, you likely have a talent for creative writing and art.
Your right brain prefers day dreaming, philosophy, and sports.


Tonya showed a beautiful scissors fob and talked about using things instead of saving them. A friend game me a scissors fob almost a year ago and I haven't used it yet. So I pulled it out of the box today thinking I would put it on my scissors. However, the circle is too small and too tight to get it on either pair of scissors I have. I'm thinking I need to go to buy a little larger circle to put it on the end. I do love all the small charms on the end of the fob.



I did some hand work on my Tumbling Blocks yesterday but I noticed that where six points are meeting I'm not getting the points all into the seam. I'm thinking I need to take a step back on the hand piecing and work on a project that is made of only squares and rectangles. So I think I'm going to pull some of my scraps and make some nine patches and see where they take me.

4 comments:

floribunda said...

thanks for the cool block questionnaires -- I'm 75% right-brain (I kind of knew that already) and grass green!

EileenKNY said...

Hey there, I'm teal too. Sure doesn't sound like me but, who knows?
I watched the end of the NE/Jets game. We almost came back.
Have you read "Quilting is my Passion's" tutorials on piecing, etc? Maybe something in there will help with your points.

Cynthia said...

i love your scissors fob. It's so pretty. I don't have one but i think i will have to look for one next time i am at the LQS or at a craft show.

Libby said...

Glad you decided to use the scissor fob -- it's very nice and you'll enjoy it.