Friday, March 11, 2011

Passing Notes


Link up with Meg O. and join the fun!

14 comments:

Oilfield Trash said...

Sorry you are stuck in a meeting.

Thisisme. said...

I love your handwritten note, Jumble! Yes, prayers and thoughts must be going to the poor people affected by the tsunami in Japan. Just terrible! Amazing to think that it's snowing heavily over there. Enjoy your shopping trip with dad!

Bubbles said...

I need to doodle when doing things too... as for the quake and tsunami it feels like the worlds crumbling.

SkippyMom said...

Have fun shopping - sounds like the best reason to go shopping. Congrats on the weight loss - sorry it had to come about because of pain, but I bet you feel better now. YAY!

steph c said...

Thanks for talking to us instead of paying attention to silly things, like meetings ;)

lyndylou said...

work can be soooo boring sometimes :) Have fun shopping

becca said...

love this and you have beautiful handwriting good to know you found a way to pass time

LottieSpartacus said...

I doodle in meetings too! For someone who lives around the areas of the earthquakes and tsunamis, and has had friends having to evacuate the tsunami threat, and a Japanese friend stuck in OZ without being able to contact her family in Japan, it is nice to know people on the other side of the world are also thinking of them!

Jewels said...

so love the handwritten posts! Yay for shopping. Have a blast!

Meg O. said...

Ah, conference call-- bah! We're way more important! Yay for shopping trips! And that is even more exciting you get to buy smaller clothes! Love your post- thanks for playing along again today!

On My Soapbox said...

Conference call = writing a blog post while pretending to take notes. Love it!

IWASNTBLOGGEDYESTERDAY said...

have fun shopping :) love the handwrotten note ,very clever and you have nice handwriting.

The Adorkable Ditz said...

Japan has been in my prayers since I knew it happened. Have fun with clothes :)

caterpillar said...

This is so neat...must do at the next meeting....and I agree, the earthquake has been a devastating one...our prayers are with the victims....