Saturday, October 10, 2009

Three Things I Miss...

Making a simple, elegant spinner ring in gold and silver


Making my daughter a beautiful piece of jewelry like this, because I felt like stepping outside of the norm...she still has this ring

Knitting...ths set went to my cousin and his little baby


what *things* do you miss?

9 comments:

Jaime said...

I miss having time to crochet - my grandma taught me, that woman could whip up a afgan in no time flat!

Fashionably Adorned said...

I miss laying in bed all day with my husband, watching movies and eating omelets at midnight!! Those were the days before kids!!

CarolynArtist said...

BC Before Children! Yes I can relate Sheri!!! :P mmm wonder what you put in those omelettes
Jaim, I miss knitting and crocheting. It is so satisfying, and warm in winter!!!

thebearaffair said...

I miss my children and grandchildren. I wish they lived closer.

novadesigns said...

I miss going to café's drinking latte's with my friends. Sitting outside even though it's cold, wearing scarfs and just chatting... I used to do that all the time in Sweden... but that is like 5 years ago now...

CheekyLemur said...

I miss the spontaneity that I took for granted in the days before children.

CarolynArtist said...

Awww Sal, geographical distance is a weird thing, esp in this time of instant communication. Though you must be happy to be home after your long travels!!!

Tess, that's funny you mention Sweden. Hubby and I were using Google Maps to search out where his mom lived in Belgium as a little girl...and after I decided to look up the little town I lived in (then) West Germany. I found it but could barely recall the street name. Then I looked over at Sweden and Denmark (where we traveled)...everything seems so close on the internet...

Cheeky, I'm starting to wonder if it's my age that has compromised my spontaneity!!! :P

susie said...

I miss free time, naps, a cleaner house, and being able to finish an entire conversation. On the up side, I now get to have imaginary tea parties, go to pumpkin patches, and be the tooth fairy. I know I'll miss all of that in a few years.

CarolynArtist said...

Oh Susie for sure!!! I know what you mean! Sometimes I see little girls who remind me of Angelica and it brings all those happy memories back! Enjoy! :-)