Saturday, December 23, 2006

How about for the next week, you catch up?

I think I'm gonna take the week off of the blogging and come back after the new year (maybe with some exceptions).

In the meantime, though, might I suggest you take this chance to go back and catch up on any past entries you might've missed? Or, re-read some of your favorites? Why not? You're just trying to make it through the hole-idays, aren't you? Well then.

(I think this kind of entry might be called a "link dump" in the blogging world, but doesn't that usually entail links to other places? Argh. Kids these days!)

Here are a couple of small suggestions for looking around Magathersville, USA (but don't be limited by these):

If you're interested in the saga of my queen-sized quilt named Quiltie, here are the entries: first, second, third, fourth, and fifth. In the interest of full disclosure, there is quite a bit of the "foul" language (i.e., the subject of Quiltie can provoke my inner sailor). So, if you don't like the f-bomb or me calling myself a "b," then maybe you should try a different review tour.

How about a tiny walking tour of my Los Angeles? Start at the carwash. End at the local corporate coffee spot. Like I said, it's a tiny tour. (Not because there isn't more to "my" Los Angeles, but because I've only been blogging for three and a half seconds.)

Or, if you want some gift ideas, I've got several posts on the topic. But I don't think any of them will help you if you're looking for something pronto, since I think they might mostly involve making things: t-shirts, coasters, stuffed animals, and stitch markers. Oh, but there are some other list-type entries that might help you here and here. Do your best. That's all you can do.

Wishing you and yours a lovely December's end,

Dr. B.

P.S. "December's end" could be dirty, right? (Sorry. Couldn't resist.)


Kirsten said...

Happy "December's End" Dr. B!

MonkeyGurrrrrl said...

Have a nice vay-cay. I will miss you and your brilliant witticisms, anxiously anticipating your return NEXT YEAR. Seems like an awfully long time.

BTW, the pic on your entry - is that from a holy day card or what? It really is lovely.

Dr. B. said...

Thanks for the holiday wishes, Kirsten.

And MonkeyGurrrrl - thank you for your very sweet note! That pic is, in fact, a card I made for the hole-idays. Amazing what a fancy paper punch and some textured paper can do.

See you both here in the New Year!

Nano said...

Have a happy, healthy, peaceful new year full of lots of good craftiness.