Thursday, March 4

A cliffhanger, or maybe a dangling participle

Yesterday I tweeted this:

 

And...I'm not going to tell you what happened. At least not until tomorrow.

For now, how about you mosey on over to read about my latest DIY debacle: spray-painting some vintage file cabinets (actually the ones I wrote about in my new About Me page). Centsational Girl, I bow before your spray painting genius.

Oh, and I'd love to hear what you used to do for fun as a kid, or if you have kids now, what you're willing to pay for their social lives extracurricular activities.

Until tomorrow...

(Are you titillated yet?)

8 comments:

Sal said...

WHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAT?!?!?!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I AM SO EXCITED FOR YOU! Oh lady, this is FABULOUS news!!!!

stephanie said...

such a tease!

what i did for fun as a kid - SLEDDING (and recently decided to do again), bike riding, monkey bars, choreograph (not very good) dance moves to madonna songs, draw a lot, play sports, go rollerblading...

Centsational Girl said...

Aw, shucks. No bowing allowed. Thanks for the shout out friend.

When I was a kid, we did something completely unconventional. We played outside. A lot. It was free. That is until my little brother lit off our leftover fireworks (Piccolo Petes to be precise) in the first floor garage of the neighboring apartment complex while the baby upstairs was sleeping. The police came. We had to pay for that. :-)

Lisa@Pickles and Cheese said...

You're mean.
When I was little we entertained ourselves and had a lot of out door freedom. You really can't let kids out of your sight now days. Kind of sad.

When my kids were little we built lots of forts. We took lots of "nature walks". We did a lot of baking. We watched a lot of Barney and PBS shows like Sesame Street. Played a lot of Dress-Up. And we made A LOT of art. Dot paints on coffee filters were a favorite.

Tarryn said...

OH MY GOODNESS! Thats so exciting! Well Done! EEEP!

Slamdunk said...

As a kid, we played Cowboys and Indians since we lived in Oklahoma and plenty of my friends were from some of the local tribes. The neighbors had a full-time job keeping our battles from spilling over into their yards though.

ChocolateAddict said...

I love that word. titillated. DH loves to be titillated by me, he says.

I used to figure out ways to go around my house without touching the floor. The kitchen was tough.

May @ Anne and May said...

I'M ON TENTERHOOKS!!!!

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