Weeks that is. Okay, so this picture is only slightly exaggerated. In real life, I can't actually see my feet. I mean I have to really lean forward. Chris said it makes my feet look like Alice in Wonderland, so very far away.... "Is that taken with a fish-eye lense?" he asks. ha ha. You so not funny.
It's been a very, very crazy time here. Chris officially started back at DWTS last week after a 10 week stint at "Trading Spaces." (I know, your thinking what I thought, "Is that show still on the air???" Yes, yes it is.) I offered up my mac for him to take to the dance rehearsals and on location so he wouldn't have to rent one, which leaves me without my lappy-top during the day. His PC is here, but I'm just kinda connected to the mac, Ya' heard? Anyway- really sporadic, crazy schedule so we are trying to adjust here, as much as you can when everyday is different.
This week started out with a bang, literally, when early on Monday morning we heard someone calling "help me! help me!" from outside our front door. Chris leapt up and found our 81-year old neighbor laying on the ground. She had tripped and fallen and was pretty banged up. We got her settled and a few hours later, the 74 year-old neighbor came by. You know, word travels fast in little apartment complexes like ours. Everyone's got to know what's going on with everyone else in a very Edward Scissorhands-ish kind of way. So I'm telling her what happened and she starts to not look so good. I bring a dining room chair out into the hallway and she sits down. Then, passes out. I'm holding her up, calling her name, trying to get her to come out of it. She does. I call the ambulance. They come and haul her off. She calls today (3 times actually) from the hospital and says, "weren't those ambulance guys soo cute??" Then proceeds to make some joke about getting 'fresh' with one of them, in said ambulance. I think that was the drugs talking...
Henry's Pal, Shea, came over this morning around 6:45. His Mama was being induced today and I'm very sad to say, 15 hours later....still no baby! What's all this talk about second deliveries being quicker? What a bunch of bologna. The morning was a bit slow. 'It's only 9 a.m... really?' 'It's only 10:30?' 'It's only 11!' But they ended up doing really well together and we spent almost the entire day outside. It was so beautiful here today. I'm happy to say, they are snuggled up and officially passed out for the night! I think I'm going to be joining them real soon.
Betsey & Richard came over Sunday night for some low-key Oscar action. They brought 'themed' treats. Aren't they hilarious? I think my favorite is the "No Country for Old Men". Actually I think this is my favorite:
Just finishing up Jennifer's quilt block and getting ready to send that off in the next few days. I've got a few new etsy idea's that I wanna run by you guys, I'll try to get on that this week. Hope your having a lovely one!