We're under a high wind advisory from 3 p.m. - 10 p.m. today, and there was a lot of debris and a few downed branches on the road today as we drove to church, so I'm wondering how this will play out. Under the circumstances, I couldn't resist slipping this hymn in. I'll give it to you in two different versions, both of which I found on youtube and enjoyed.
I love hymns!The guys singing a capella are especially impressive, though it's sung slower than I like. It's too bad they're going the way of the dodo in today's churches, by and large.
Meanwhile, I'm going to try and work on some totally useless items for attempted Etsy selling. There are always so many bizarre things people are apparently buying there. All I've got to do is find my own particular form of silly audacity and begin to capitalize. Here are some of the more...ahem!.... shall we say unique items I've uncovered recently:
Now here's a plan. Knit something purposely full of snags and holes. I can do that! I don't even have to do it on purpose! I need to rummage through my half-finished projects stash and find something similar that I can charge $49 for. I did start a wonderful feather-and-fan shawl once that was attacked by my cats.... Hmmm, where did I store that?
On the other hand, that does seem like a lot of work. I want something simpler. Now this I could do:
Eating myself to obesity and then repurposing the wrappers is a much more sensible option. I could get the kids involved. Snacking our way to Green nirvana and raking in $12 a set for coasters!
Okay, I'm being very snarky. Don't worry, I shall allow you to laugh at my projects shortly, as soon as (if ever) I complete any. Meanwhile, they say all publicity is good publicity... Maybe these sellers will have cause to thank me!