Saturday, January 26, 2013

Lazy Saturday

I don't feel like cleaning today. 

 I did manage to put the wash on. 

 And fixed a hot oatmeal breakfast for my sick Hubby. 



 I'm still using my vintage pyrex oops it's a Corning Ware teapot to boil the water. 

 I guess it's considered vintage if it's from the 70s.



I have HGTV on with a nice cup of hot tea to slip and I'm going to sit here and rest until lunch. 



 Maybe I'll pick up my White Caps throw and work a few more rows.



After seeing these red and white potholders on Pinterest I want to make some sooooo badly.

Unfortunately, there weren't any patterns with the photo. 

Maybe I can fudge some look alikes?


Whatcha doin' today?

Are you being lazy like me?


This is how I feel today.
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8 comments:

  1. You can do it! Fudge some up...go ahead! You might like your unique creation better! Sorry to hear hubby us sick...it certainly seems to be going around! Login' the white caps...so pretty!

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  2. its perfectly fine to be lazy from time to time;) enjoy your laid back Saturday and hope your husband gets better soon:)
    xoxo

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  3. You deserve to be lazy, downtime is needed especially with a sick hubby. Hope he feels better soon. I used to have a little Corning teapot in the cornflower blue color. I miss it! xo

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  4. Your blanket is so pretty and the colors all blend so nicely together. Sounds like a perfect day to me, from the oatmeal to the relaxing with cup of tea and crochet. Heather

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  5. Mmmmm seems to me your lazy days usually end up producing quite a lot!! Hope Hubby is better soon and you don't catch it !!

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  6. I am green with envy...Loving the vintage snow caps afghan...Wishing..Working 6 days a week I could find time for sitting and relaxing..Some day..Hope hubs feels better

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  7. Sandy I often don't feel like doing housework especially when I have knitting on the go.

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  8. oh I love the tea pot....I didn't know that corning ware can be used on a gas range...does it heat up well?

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