Thursday, January 29, 2009

I Made A List

©2009 Theresa Buchle
Actually, I made a general list with deadlines. I'm sure there will be other tiny things that go in between the lines. I've actually already crossed one thing off. Yay! And I always use a red pen to cross things off, because then I can see PROGRESS. I must also put the deadlines into the calendar just in case the list gets MISPLACED! And yes, I've done that plenty of times. I've learned now. I've also added the deadlines in red. Yes, I like red pens. I also like purple, and green, and blue, and turquoise . . . . Basically, I love pens. I love them almost as much as I love beads! Ask my family. Oh, and this is just deadlines for February with one in March (so far).

Today is filled with beads. Fortunately they are not spilled beads needing o be picked up. There is not much else going on Chez Buchle. It's warmer, the sun is shining, birds are singing -- well, you know the drill. So I guess it's off to work for me!

February 28th and March 1st I'll be helping Carol Wille with her booth at the San Antonio Bead Market, which will be at the Live Oak Civic Center. I happen to have it on good authority that there will be some vintage acrylic flower and leaf beads on hand. Yum!

12 comments:

Dave Robertson said...

Hi Theresa, if you ask me a day filled with beads is a really good day indeed! :)

--Dave
at Rings & Things

Anonymous said...

i like pens, too! ;-D and i get very disappointed when a pen i think will be fabulous turns out to be only so so.. i think i want it to make my handwriting better than in is!!! I also love fountain pens, but get really put out if they don't have a fine enough point!!! g

Bead-Mused said...

Aw Dave, that's mixing business with pleasure! LOL I do agree that days filled with beads are good, as long as they stay where they should!

Thanks for reading! Wanna trade links?
Theresa

Bead-Mused said...

Gaye, that is exactly why the great pen gods gave the idea of the calligraphy tip marker! The best of both worlds --- great handwriting without getting ink everywhere. I'm a sucker for fountain pens, but they make my fingers too many colors. T-man is just lucky Sharpie hasn't come up with a calligraphy tip! Oooo, all those colors!!!!!
Theresa

clara said...

Wooohooo! I don't have to wait until May to see y'all.

Bead-Mused said...

Well Chica, you'll get to see me & Carol. T-man won't be there. But I can't wait to see you & Ernie!
hugs!
T

Anonymous said...

I see -- you really like Sharpies for the colors... okay, if that's your story!! LOL!!!

Bead-Mused said...

Well, yeah! Colors like "Marigold", "Mint", "Lilac" and Fine Point and Ultra Fine Point, and they write on anything and everything . . . .

Of course, I like dip fountain pens, too. Don't even get me started on the myriad of ink colors there!

I need a nap now.

Clara said...

Shall I start gathering seeds from my mothers magnificent botanical collection??

Bead-Mused said...

Oh yes, as long as they're just seeds. Then you'll HAVE TO COME VISIT later in the spring for a cuttings exchange!
hugs!
t

Anonymous said...

Ah yes, but can you get high on India ink?? Been too long since I smelled it -- and I just put down my sharpie..... ;-D weeeeeeeee...... g

Bead-Mused said...

ROF! The only reason you put that pen up is that your boss just walked in & you don't want to share. I don't know about the India Ink. I've always used the cartridges and covented the dip inks. But I remember Marks-A-Lot!

Theresa