Monday, November 16, 2009

Is it Friday yet?

Nope! It's Thursday, at least in my work week.  Looking forward to a few days off...this working 5 days in a row is for the birds (LOL!) I did finish a few Purell cases this morning and all of the fabric is pressed and ready for the embroidery machine.  I need to purchase some more velcro tomorrow so the construction line can continue.  I haven't touched the coat since last week, and there is a wool skirt sitting on the chair ready to stitch. What can I say? I get easily distracted.  What's been distracting me lately is that in 3 weeks we are going to Vegas for some R&R! I'm not much of a gambler (too cheap), but I do love to wander around and look at all the casinos and attractions.  The Titanic exhibit is going on down there...I hope we get time to take that in.  Must get the coat done before we go...that would be perfect!

3 comments:

The Slapdash Sewist said...

I like to hang out in Vegas, too. The Titanic exhibit would be cool!

Sher said...

I'm not a gambler either. When I go to Vegas, it's for the shows and do the tourist thing, like Hoover Dam. DO see the Titantic exhibit. Take the time to read the cards. It's the stories attached to the artifacts are what I enjoyed the most.

julia said...

We aren't gamblers either, but if you look at it as you would any other kind of entertainment, set a definite limit, and quite when that limit is reached, I don't see a problem. It's just like paying to go to a movie, etc.... if you do it right. I've only been to a casino 2 times. One time I put in about 5$ in a slot machine and won $300. I went to find my husband and said that it was time to quit. I took him to dinner. I once was watching my husband play craps? whatever that really is. He wanted me to throw the dice and I did not want to. He insisted so I did. I actually threw them so hard that I hit the guy standing at the other end of the table. He got MAD! We left. No craps for me ever again. I wouldn't even go close to a table. That was sooooo embarrassing. Go and have fun! The Titanic exhibit sounds great.