happy Friday everyone....
seriously all week I have had no idea what day it is because of the holiday....then Keith came home from work early yesterday so having him around again has made me once again think that today is in fact Monday...not Friday...
sigh, then again days of the week really don't matter to me much anymore as with no "real job" to rush off to...but I will say this, there is still somehting very alluring about the idea of Saturday...seriously it just makes me feel less guilty for sleeping until 8:00...I swear one day I am going to not set the alarm on a day when my bubs is at work and just see how long I will actually sleep....I am afraid that I will sleep the whole day away, and wake up after noon sometime, or even worse...wake up because my darling bubs comes home from a full day at work, to find me still sleeping in the bed.
yeah...that would sure show the world how hard I work.
So what are your plans this weekend?? My bubs and might go down to gallery hop on Saturday night, though I know that this is the very last thing that he wants to do...I really want to go, so this is when I am torn with selfishness...I think I have made an inner deal with myself, if the weather is nice, and he doesn't et out too late and he's not too tired we will go...
(though usually on Saturdays if we don;t have the mean cheese we both end up falling asleep on the couch or decide to take a "quick nap" only to wake up several hours later.
I'm like the damn sleeping beauty you know.
Oh speaking of Fairy Tales...this week the creative challenge on etsy was to make a piece that was inspired by your favorite fairy tale....really this was like Sophie's Choice yet again...how do you choose??? You see I love fairy tales....the real ones, not the crap Disney puts out...
Because at the end of The Little Mermaid...she does not end up with the Prince...no in the book she kills herself, that is how I like my old timey kids stories....I like them to be sort of frightening, very tragic, and all around engrossing.
so....after mulling over a ton of tales, I decided to go with "The Red Shoes" by Hans Christian Anderson, I love things about dancing and will admit to be a huge sucker for the old movie of the same name.
So there you have it, a very long winded explanation for the piece that I am showing today.
that's all for now darling ones, hope you all have a great weekend.