Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Hold onto Your Hats

I've been challenged, sort of, to do the NaBloPoMo thing in March because the theme is lists. You know I love me a good list. I started trying to think of 21 blog-relevant lists. I know March has 31 days, but I thought I'd give myself weekends off from the relevancy thing. When I got to about 15 ideas, I decided you deserved for me to blog in list format in March. Aren't you lucky?

I haven't been following my rotation because I am two leaves away from finishing Tall Flowers. And I plan to finish it very soon. But I've started this exercise regimen and I have fewer minutes to stitch each evening. And there's no point in showing it to you now and then again when the only difference will be two leaves.

Sissy has made reservations for Friday at Rae. Check out the prices on that menu. She thinks pretty highly of herself! At any rate, her message ended, "Gifts are required...I mean optional.....no, nope, required. " Man, I was almost off the hook.

8 comments:

Kathryn said...

That's pretty average for Vegas restaurants, though any restaurant that makes a signature cocktail with root beer is not to be trusted.

For comparison try:

http://www.wynnlasvegas.com/pdf/Alex_Menu_Jan8_08.pdf

http://www.mgmgrand.com/dining/joel-robuchon-at-the-mansion-french-restaurant-menu.aspx

Barbeeque4 said...

Tall flowers is going to be one pretty finish!!

Adrienne said...

I am jealous of your restaurant options. Rae? Jones? Yum. But do all of your eateries have just one name?

Lists! Bring on the lists!

Wendy said...

Good luck with your March lists! I'll look forward to reading them.

Kim said...

Lists? We're still going to get some stitching pictures, right? Right??

Miriam said...

Another NaBloPoMo? Already? I am not so brave.

xsquared said...

I'm thinking about it. Which must mean its been long enough since November for me to forget how much I hated NaBlo by the end of the month. But I do love lists...

Michelle said...

Well, you know I love me some lists! Good for you starting a new exercise routine. It does cut into the stitching time, but I suppose it's worth it.