Monday, February 11, 2008

Busy, busy, busy




Today I spent way too much time trying to hem a pair of pants. What a chore! All the measuring, cutting, pinning, sewing and ironing. It would have been so much easier to take them to the tailors but I always end up telling myself, "Oh, I can do this, no problem."



I did manage to get some other things done; the laundry, some cleaning, and even some errands. The one thing I didn't do is take Otis and Riley for a walk. By the afternoon they were running around the house in circles like little maniacs, sliding on rugs and jumping on furniture. Once they were tuckered out they found a spot to rest.
Tomorrow, we definitely go for a walk!






Look at those eyes!

16 comments:

Alexandra, Writing & Baking Enthusiast said...

I felt the same yesterday. Did not get home from work until about 9:00, still had grading to do, so Milo had to settle for some cuddling instead mouse on the string fun. :)
Alexandra

Sheila said...

Sylvia didn't get a walk either. It was so bitterly cold and she refuses to go out unless she is 'desperate'..
Which she was at 3.00 am..!
There is a long story to this little episode, so I'll save it for a post. I hope Otis and Riley enjoy their walk today, and you too..!
hugs
xx

Ruth Welter said...

Donna, Otis & Riley are just so sweet.

DebraK from ~the Bunnies Bungalow~ said...

The dogs are just so adorable... I'd love to give them a big kiss.
Hugs, DebraK

Deb said...

Oh those sweet faces are hard to resist :-}

Penny @ Lavender Hill Studio said...

Hi Donna,
I found a good taylor bout 6 months ago and wondered why in the world I never used one before! I get so frustrated sewing. And I never could find clothes that fit so I wouldn't buy them. Now, know I can go to my taylor, it is so much easier to shop!

Love your tulips from the previous post!
Penny

bonnie said...

oh that face:)

Rosie's Whimsy said...

Well, Donna and Penny, if we lived closer I could have come to your rescue.......when I'm not playing.... that's what I do for my spending money. I supported my kids for 12 years as a single mother doing alterations about 60 hours a week......but at least I was lucky to stay home with my kids......now I just putter at it :-) Rosie

Mary said...

Oh my gosh, what cute pictures! Hope you are getting that walk in. We're getting snow and freezing rain here in NJ today. Yuck!
xoxo,
mary

Rhoda @ Southern Hospitality said...

Hi, Donna, you are brave to tackle hemming! I always get my mom to do that.

Your doggies are SO cute! And those are beautiful tulips. I just got some today from my hubby for Valentines, so they should be nice & pretty for the day.

Rhoda

Rhondi said...

Hi Donna
Your dogs are so cute! I once worked for a lady who had a dog just like yours and she would jump up and grab food off the kitchen counter. I was there one time and saw her jump up and grab a donut off a plate that was too close to the edge of the counter! I wouldn't have believe it if I hadn't seen it myself.
I like Penny's suggestion about the sewing. Hope you have a great day.
Rhondi xo

Our Red House said...

I hate hemming too, but with four rapidly growing kids, taking hems up and down is one of those things I have to do.

I love those brown doggy eyes.

Kate

Catherine Holman said...

Talk about irresistable! Look at those huge eyes! Happy Valentine's Day!

farmerjulie said...

Happy Valentines day!!!!

Sunnispace said...

Oh my goodness - is that Otis or Reily - what eyes!! Like saying, "sorry mommy, for running around the house like a maniac!" Cute!!

Lana said...

I've really enjoyed visiting your blog. That pincushion is so sweet ~ is it very old? Otis and Riley are sweethearts! I love your artwork, too!