Monday, August 18, 2008

told you I was from Nebraska


I have finished making 5 sugar bowls and mugs, drunk 3 cups of coffee and one cup of tea, eaten one and a half peanut butter sandwiches, walked home from the mechanic (and it damn well better not be expensive) BUT some people might say I have really done a lot of blogging. There is a pile of bowls waiting to be cowed (ie: add udders, little legs and a smiling head) and blueberry muffins to bake and dishes to wash then BACK to the dang mechanic, so I should swear off blogging for an hour or two.

14 comments:

Cheri @ Blog This Mom! said...

You make pottery and bake muffins and wash dishes? Dang.

Jenn @ Juggling Life said...

Should or will? The age-old question!

Mona Buonanotte said...

I wonder how peanut butter muffins would taste? Or if you put peanut butter in blueberry muffins, would it be like a PB&J?

Gordo said...

Oh how I hate the crap-shoot that is having your car worked on. You NEVER know how bad it will be.

gary rith said...

Cheri--I am the ideal husband. House husband, I should say. And I am sexier than Pierce Brosnan.
Mona--I am dreaming of a muffin that when you bite into it there is peanut butter and jam for real, in the middle.

btw--still a small stack of bowls to finish, and the news from the mechanic is tentatively good, so GET OFF THE 'PUTER gary

CM said...

I have a vision of the bowls rising up and shouting "We will not be cowed!" Really, I need to find a job.

kcinnova said...

I have a recipe for "surprise muffins" that have a dab of jelly in the middle. I think I'll add peanut butter to the jelly next time. YUM.

Reb said...

Sounds like you have a busy day Gary.

Susan as herself said...

Is the t-shirt or the facial expression the proof of Nebraska residence? (heehee)

gary rith said...

HEE.

denis said...

that's a great photo of you!

Patricia Griffin said...

I have finally returned to read some blogs and there are 39 (YES THREE-NINE!) blogs of yours to read. I would shrink away from the task, except yours are so dang funny. It's a treat. Seriously. A serious treat. Or how about a hilarious task? OK, a hilarious treat. That's better.

gary rith said...

a hilarioius treat, yeow!

Di Mackey said...

Ummmm ... so if I wear a Nebraska tee-shirt, am I from there too? (or would the New Zealand accent give me away?)

Lol, I guess what I'm suggesting, saying even, is that a tee-shirt just isn't proof :)