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I need this chart

my house is a WRECK
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Now - maybe after the crisis and mini crisis du jour is over I can clean up and stitch this one up
Reply to
Cheryl Isaak

AAAHHHHH````` Come here and I'll give you a hug.
What were today's crices (what the hell is the plural of crisis?)
Lucille
Reply to
Lucille
Crises. You almost got it.
Elizabeth
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Dr. Brat
On 5/6/08 8:59 PM, in article jPadnZTGfoyaYr3VnZ2dnUVZ snipped-for-privacy@comcast.com,
Came home from IL very tired and a mountain of housework to do. Then early afternoon on Monday, DH's buddy called; he was having chest pains and was dithering about calling 911 (IDIOT) and would I come get the dog? Got dog, been back and forth to hospital multiple times. (I'm listed as next of kin.)
C
Reply to
Cheryl Isaak
Um, you wrote "crices" but it's "crises."
Elizabeth
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Dr. Brat
"Lucille" wrote to Cheryl
When Cheryl was asking about the plural of crisis, I had a thought, and her recent account bears it out. Sometimes, the plural of crisis is "daily life". Hold on Cheryl. We're pulling for you.
Dawne
Reply to
Dawne Peterson

OOPPPSSSS !!! That's doesn't say much for my ability to proof read, or Microsoft's spell checker.
L
Reply to
Lucille

I like your meaning a lot, but it wasn't Cheryl that mispelled crisis, it was me. ;*)))
Lucille
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Lucille
"Lucille" wrote I like your meaning a lot, but it wasn't Cheryl that mispelled crisis, it
I think you just misremembered it! You did know that it was unconventional, so points to you. Dawne
Reply to
Dawne Peterson

Actually I'm considered a pretty good speller. It was more like a mindless typo and a lack of proper proofing on my part, plus too often being in a hurry.
Or, alternatively, I could call it a "Senior Moment."
Lucille
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Lucille
On 5/7/08 9:22 AM, in article Y92dne309Y2vMLzVnZ2dnUVZ snipped-for-privacy@comcast.com,
He's going to be IF he wraps that tiny mind of his around the fact he needs to take the meds and stop smoking.
Reply to
Cheryl Isaak
On 5/7/08 12:05 PM, in article G6KdnU6XyvHcTrzVnZ2dnUVZ_oOnnZ2d@sasktel,
Normal, what's normal?
Still need that chart. But I actually really think I want(????) to do housework right now.
C
Reply to
Cheryl Isaak
Sometimes, I find it soothing. Sometimes, it's the only place in my life where I can make headway that I can see, even if things get dirty again all over. At least they're clean and put away for a few seconds and I can see that I've accomplished something.
Elizabeth
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Reply to
Dr. Brat
Dear girl, take a deep breath and sit down with an adult beverage until that feeling passes.
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Karen C - California
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Reply to
Karen C in California
Thanks for my first laugh of the day.
This isn't already a chart, is it?
Donna in Virginia
Reply to
Donna
Do you really want that chart - it just came to the shop yesterday, could go in the mail with the weed ;^)
LMK directly...
Have to say, we don't usually get cutesy sayings, or really trite ones, but we did get this one - seems too appropos. At the same time, a couple of weeks ago, the boss insisted we get "Big Hair, Small Butt" which has a pic of a blonde with very big ala Texas 1960 hair and blue eyeshoadow. Says something like "The bigger the hair, the smaller the butt looks" - everyone who sees it laughs, but no takers to stitch. That and the "not tonight dear" which we have 2 versions of. Don't know what's gotten into the boss - spring fever or something.
Ellice
Reply to
ellice
No - I don't need it - I do have a different LK about housework
I think you need to be in big hair land for that one to "fly".
C
Reply to
Cheryl Isaak
I have to agree with Ellice. Folks laugh at the cute sayings, but don't buy them, with a few exceptions.
I also have to agree with Karen...get a drink and wait until the feeling passes. Life is too short to do housework! Especially when one could be stitching or reading or sleeping or eating...
Naomah (pulling out the potato chips)
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Foxys.Cross.Stitch

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