This is the sky, the day before The Great Snow.
You can't tell me that's not gorgeous.
In my quest to make awesome art, I've been
See, I had this aversion to copying any part of anything, for any purpose, ever. Call me Queen Anti-Plagiarism. But as I started looking at more and more posts, I found "this was inspired by," or "I got this idea from," way more often than I thought! Anyway, when it comes to sewing and that sort of stuff, I'm really lame and notawesome, so I blatantly steal most ideas, if not the patterns as well.
AND THERE IS SO MUCH COOL STUFF.
Back when I didn't have internet for two weeks, I wasn't able to check my Google Reader the entire time. The day finally came - internet *angel choir* - and I think I went into a gorgeous-stuff-to-make coma for about two hours. I didn't bookmark everything (though I should have), but my Projects folder? So. Full.
In addition to that, I'm going to be making a cape for my sister. I bought the fabric today (after wandering around the fabric aisles trying to figure out whether calico will work for a cape or not [it will] for a good half hour or so), and I'm pretty stoked about starting the process. 'Cept the cutting part terrifies me. What if I cut it incorrectly. The world will end, I'm pretty sure.
Also, another thing. This child?
He thinks he's all that. Josiah now thinks that he's oh-so-cool, way too cool, as a matter of fact, to smile for cameras. He'll be all happybouncyyay! until I pull out my camera/phone, and then he'll sorta throw his shoulders back and assume this super smug, I-am-so-awesome-I-don't-even-need-to-smile look. A two-year old with that attitude? I can't wait til he's in his teens.
Both photos today courtesy of my cell phone and its lovely "2 MEGS PIXEL" (so it says on the phone) camera.