I was hoping to have some pictures of my genius sock repair and the hole left in my home when my piano was moved but: a) I did not do said sock repair and b) the piano will be leaving Saturday.
So why did I wimp out of the sock repair? Well, I sort of got obsessed with some socks my Mom wanted. Actually Mom picked the yarn and I picked the pattern. It's sort of a lacey little thing and it's eating my brain...mostly because I don't like lace. Ick. But the sock looks cool!
Saturday, in addition to having the piano moved and getting our cats to the vet I'm planning on doing something sort of daring. It is entirely possible that I will chicken out but, if I don't, I'll share the adventure with you!! And the sock. And the repaired sock. If I do it. Moving makes me crazy.
Okay. Pics this weekend to include the lacey (ick) sock, my adventure and a repair or two. Oops! I almost forgot! I have a PSA for all of you!
Before I start let me say that I'm a Bzz Agent. Basically I get to try products and give my honest opinion to others about the product. (Trek gave me the invite to do this awhile back and I've loved it! I've gotten to preview books, skin stuff, and other things.) If anyone is interested in doing this, check out the link to Bzz and then drop me a comment. I'll send you and invite!
Right now I'm doing a campaign for OFF! Smooth and Dry spray. (There's also a lamp but we haven't tried it yet.) My Boogie is extremely sensitive to mosquito bites. I'm talking oozing nastiness within minutes of being bitten. As a result we're always on the lookout for good bug spray. Unfortunately most bug spray is icky, smelly and just gross. Yesterday, Boogie wanted to play outside so I sprayed her down with our sample of the OFF! spray. It smelled great and Boogie like the way it felt. The most important part though was the fact that she wasn't bitten at all! (She was outside for a long time, too!) This stuff is awesome! Hubby used some to and he was bite free and smellin' fine. I highly recommend this product. Seriously.
Okay. Enough advertising!