First thing, a housekeeping tip (rare and unusual from me). If you happen to hoover up a wasp into your bagless vacuum, remember to empty the cannister outside. The wasp will not be dead. It will be angry though. No humans were harmed in this mishap but it was a right b**tard to get out the house again.
Secondly, Emily has discovered my new app A Beautiful Mess. She was very sure you would want to see what she has been up to with it.
And last, but certainly not least, I was playing today.
The question is, will I get it finished for tomorrow? Stay tuned.
Ha! Emily! You're hilarious!ReplyDelete
oooh - love those blocks!ReplyDelete
That spider is geniusReplyDelete
love the blocks Emily is a hoot :)))ReplyDelete
Nice blocks. Your Emily is some girl! Di xReplyDelete
I remember hoovering up a HUGE spider one night and then had to leave the hoover outside overnight because I couldn't empty it or leave it in the house!!ReplyDelete
That quilt looks very interesting! After your prod this morning I managed to finish the quilt for tomo :)ReplyDelete
Argggggggghhhhhhhhh!!! SPIDER! RUN!!!!!! All the spiders in my house go for a ride in the arachnid waltzer...ReplyDelete
I honestly don't know what to say!ReplyDelete
Did you mean to hoover up the wasp? ;-)ReplyDelete
Why did you hoover the wasp up? I won't even empty hoovered up spiders from the 'bagless box thing' in the house!ReplyDelete
I always leave the hoover running for ages if I hoover anything live up!! And then leave it for the man of the house to deal with!!
Lesson learnt with the wasp, hey?! Love the improv! And do I need another time wasting app?ReplyDelete
Wasps must be like mice when you suck them up, can't say I blame them, really...love Emily's photos, another friend also mentioned that same app yesterday - better check it out. finally as for your playing...I would expect nothing less and I have no doubts you will get it finished.ReplyDelete
Heh, I've just asked for this style of block from my bee mates next month - nice!ReplyDelete
I'm loving the look of that app, too. What a hoot!
Love the spider best of all, brilliant! :o)ReplyDelete
Em's creativity knows no bounds!! Lovely blocks missus! JxoReplyDelete
I think the trick is to leave the wasp in there until it petrifies (that takes about 10,000 years )ReplyDelete
Oh I dodn't know you were making these for tomorrow - is it a mini?? The blocks look great as does Emily's mosaic :) Yes, why were you hoovering a wasp up? Don't you know the RSPCA will be knocking on your door?ReplyDelete
In response to your three things - (1) yikes, (2) my middle daughter has been playing with that app as well - tell Emily we liked her pics, and (3) looking good!ReplyDelete
bahahaha sounds fun!ReplyDelete
Love the new quilt
boy, talk about an app going viral. Everyone has been using it. I wonder how many they sold this week. I love it too. Your new project looks great!ReplyDelete
Love the app and the blocks are amazing. But poor you with the wasp. I'd be running round the house like Mr Bean, legs and arms all ways, open mouthed and screaming screaming .ReplyDelete
I only empty my bag when it is 100% full and the vacuum won't pick up anything else .. that way any live creatures picked up are sure to be dead.ReplyDelete
Love what you've started. Hope you get it done in time.
I saw he beautiful messapp w out, was not sure what you would do with it... Now I know! You will be finished!ReplyDelete
Lovin the blocks. Most fab. :-)ReplyDelete
A Beautiful Mess is very cute but I fear I will end spending loads on the additional design packs.ReplyDelete
She was right of course! Tell her well done!ReplyDelete
Why hurt the poor wasp!?? Would hate to be the first thing you saw after you were sucked up by a huge hoover!
Gorgeous blocks - what's the hurry!?
You both have been playing nicely :-) Love the sewing!ReplyDelete
What a brilliant app ... need to get it but the mobile stays mine!ReplyDelete
Pleased to hear that you didn't get stung!ReplyDelete