As I suggested in my title, it is only Tuesday and feel completely and utterly tired. I am yawning while writing this blog entry and my hope is not to fall asleep with my head hitting the notebook. It could have been the breakfast I had for dinner or sleepiness just fell upon me. I am also listening to the latest Craft Sanity podcast where Jennifer Ackerman-Haywood is interviewing Rashida Coleman-Hale of the I Heart Linen blog. She has a new book entitled I Heart Patchwork that I happened to see at Barnes and Noble this evening. She made a lovely patchwork Christmas tree over the holidays than having a real Christmas tree.
I have another motive for writing a blog entry today is adding some photos using the features on Windows. The first photo is of the January issue of Martha Stewart and there is a feature on Windows Liver Writer where you can choose to have it look like an instant photo, but choose the photo paper look. I plan going grocery shopping this week to pick up ingredients to make the braised red cabbage it looks good.
Believe are not, I choose to view this photo as medium size but it looks huge to me. I choose to post this photo because since feeling little sluggish, it would be a good idea to look at something colorful and vibrant. This gives me something to look forward doing this weekend and possibly put in a better mood. I still have to do my hair as the winter weather can make hair looks so dry despite the fact I just washed and use the flat iron and hair curlers. To look at my hair, one would think I just went under a wind tunnel while running a 5K. However, in the summer, humidity will be the culprit and still look like I went under a wind tunnel while running a 5K. It is no win-win situation when it comes to hair. Well I must press on (no pun intended) and iron my hair again while watching part two of This Emotional Life on PBS. I hope all of you have a less tired day, Ciao.