mmmcrafts adorable plush taggie. The pattern is by the also talented, Chez Beeper Bebe. You gotta love the inspiration out in blogland. It's a virtual land of fun. We're getting a new baby girl (Mia) in the family next month and I'm a tad excited! Now I want to make burp pads. I need to get some padded cloth diapers.
Anna Maria Horner's Chocolate Lollipop collection. I think it will make the perfect picnic pad, beach or down by the lake quilt. The dark backing should hold up pretty well to our outdoor lifestyles. I need to make a label and give it a wash.
Three Turns to Home. I've used talented three times in the first two paragraphs. Somebody buy me a thesaurus.
I watched two movies today. "50/50" is the drama with Seth Rogan and the kid from "3rd Rock from the Sun." It was sad. Made me cry. If you Red Box, use the code BREAKROOM to score a free movie this week.
The second movie was "Idiocracy." Funny, I had to look up the title as I'm watching, sewing, and computing at the same time. I have laundry going too. ;) This movie is really odd. Definitely defines idiocracy.
Here's the Wiki definition:
Idiocracy is a 2006 American film, a satirical science fiction comedy, directed by Mike Judge and starring Luke Wilson, Maya Rudolph, Dax Shepard, and Terry Crews.
The film tells the story of two ordinary people taken into a top-secret military hibernation experiment to awaken in a dystopia wherein advertising, commercialism, and cultural anti-intellectualism run rampant and dysgenic
pressure has resulted in a uniformly stupid human society devoid of
intellectual curiosity, social responsibility, and coherent notions of
justice and human rights.
Despite its lack of a major theatrical release, the film has achieved a cult following.
Gotta run, the dryer buzzer just went off. Isn't it odd that after 14 years, I still startle and/or jump when that dang thing buzzes? Maybe I like to forget I'm doing laundry. Let's hope I didn't just jinx my 14-year-old dryer.