Saturday, 1 September 2012

WRYWF post...

...has another week really passed by?
For anyone who doesn't know what "WRYWF" is all about - a small group of craft minded folk take a look at their week and share the positives that they have found during their 'look back'. They could be mega things or just a little something that brought a smile to your face. The "Rockettes" then toddle over to Virginia's blog to leave a link to make it easy to share...why not hop over ther and have a look - better still, why not join in.

Last weekend was another long one because of Bank Holiday Monday - it's lovely having that extra day where you don't have to get up and go to work. However, it does tend to throw the rest of the week out of kilter. I seem to have spent most of the week trying to work out what day it was LOL.

Actually getting some reading done (first time in ages) although probably not the best written of works but I just had to read "50 Shades..." to see what all the hype was about. Just a few pages left of book 3 to finish off.

On the subject of "50 Shades..." - I received an email that made me giggle. The mens version of "50 Shades of grey"...
...and knowing the habits of the fellas in my life - this is probably about as much as they would read

Having a very pleasant evening at the Thursday crop - we were all making braided ribbons ready for use on LOs at the next session. There was a lot of silly giggling as some of the ladies got in a bit of a pickle with their ribbons but they got the hang of it in the end.

I hope you have all had a lovely week - I've been dipping in and out of the Paralympics on TV and have to say it is more than extraordinary seeing what these folk are achieving...such an inspiration. Here's hoping the coming week is fab too..............................................


scrappyjen said...

Like the shades of grey! Not read the the books yet. Suppose I should to see what all the fuss is about too! Back to work next week boo hoo. Will have to look hard for the rocks I think! Have a good week too. Jenx

Joanna said...

So you got through to the end of book 3? I gave up at the end of book 1, I'd had enough degradation and punishment!!! I like the blokes version of 50 Shades, very funny!

The Paralympics have been great haven't they? I saw Ellie swimming - wowzers!!

Have a great week,


Virginia said...

Ah I'm just into book three at the moment, felt book one was poorly written but a pageturner, book two was better no idea where book three is going at the moment, we've had 3 days in two books (or so it seems) and now we seem to be jumping about a bit if you know what I mean. Loving the men's version of 50 shades, had me giggling.

Also seen some of the paralympics and they have been awesome!

Hope you have a fabulous week!


Virginia said...

I can't tell if my comment saved or not, so just in case I'm also reading the series but only just into book three, book 2 was definitely better than book 1, the jury is out on the third book at the moment. The paralympics have been amazing and really enjoyed watching them, particularly the swimming and the wheelchair basketball!

Loving the male version of 50 shades LOL!

Have a beautiful and blessed week ahead hugs

Carmen said...

Another here who hasn't read the 50 Shades books. The amount of people I see in Tescos though that have all 3 in their trolleys - she must be making a mint!

Loving the Paralympics too. The wheelchair basketball makes me wince, so violent but amazing stuff as with the athletics - they are so fast I wonder how some of the Olympians from the other Olympics would fare against them!

Have a lovely week :)

Sam said...

Loved the mens version of 50 shades, very funny!
Have a great week x

Stef H (Glitterbabe) said...

yeah.. guys don't read much and funny thing... they'll understand that 50 shades of gray pix too. go figure.

glad ur still having fun. always good to see you and catch up.

have a fabulous week.

hugs :)

Sabrina said...

I'm out of the loop on 50 Shades. I hadn't even heard of it until there was a spoof of it on Saturday Night Live. After that I saw it everywhere. I have no desire to read it however. Hubby downloaded it on his kindle last vacation as he said he heard so much about it. What did he hear, I wonder? I told him I hadn't heard of any men reading it as of yet. I believe it remains unread.

Have a wonderful week!

Debbie said...

The men's fifty shades of grey made me chuckle! I'm getting through the book slowly but don't know that I'm really enjoying it - I just wanted to see what all the fuss was about!