Hey there blog land! It was another lazy Saturday at my house this weekend! Needed a new book to download for my Nook last night, so I downloaded “Something Borrowed” by Emily Giffin & had a hard time putting it down last night. Then when I woke up this morning around 8:00, I grabbed the Nook & had to read at least another two chapters before getting up for the day. So far, it’s a really good book! It’s another one of those books that been made into a movie. I believe it’s going to be released in theaters shortly and has Kate Hudson & Ginnifer Goodwin as the main characters, so that should be good.
Then after I got up, I sat on the couch in front of the t.v. with the laptop on my lap trying to figure out what I was going to do for the day. Other than doing some cleaning around the house, not much else got accomplished today. I kept thinking I was going to go to a movie, but I think I might go to one tomorrow instead since I don’t have any plans for Easter. I wasn’t going to go see “Water for Elephants” right away, but I keep hearing such good things about it, I just might have to. I also really want to see “Soul Surfer”, as I’m a surfing movie freak…love them!
I wanted to get some of the project done that I started last weekend, but I didn’t have the energy, as it’s a tedious project and will probably take me a few weekends and many hours on the couch to complete. It will be so cool looking when I’m done though, but I’m not telling you what it is…you’ll have to wait for that blog post when it’s all finished! :)
The only thing I did manage to get done today was the above painting. I’ve had the canvas all ready for a couple weeks, but I was trying to think of the right word or design I wanted to put on it. Then when I was watching “Lilo & Stitch” today, it got to the part where Stitch says, “Ohana means family. Family means nobody gets left behind or forgotten“. And I thought, perfect….”OHANA”! Then I added in the little hibiscus flower design for that little bit of Hawaiian flair & Whaaaala…painting complete! Hope you like it…I do! :)