Monday, October 5, 2009

Friend Making Mondays!

This week's FMM question is about hobbies. My favorite hobbies seem to end up being those that involve sitting on the couch, eating, and avoiding responsibilities. If I'm feeling really wild then I'll bust out the craft stuff. My hobbies also change with the seasons.

Last Winter I was really into reading books and knitting, but by Spring it was all about decorating (or more accurately thinking about decorating!) and sewing. This Fall seems to be mostly sewing, thinking about the Holidays, and shopping.

So, to recap, my hobbies are as follows... in a bit of a particular order:
1. Snacking
2. Napping
3. Sewing
4. Knitting crappy things
5. Reading books
6. Decorating
7. Organizing

There are also a few things that I'd love to be able to do but have either tried and miserably failed, or haven't yet gotten around to doing.

1. Cooking/baking (I failed at this one)
2. Crocheting (I also failed this one)
3. Quilting
4. White water rafting (that was a joke... I don't like leaving home, or being outside, or getting cold.)

Find out everyone else's hobbies on Friend Makin' Monday at AEFilkins!

4 Thoughts From Others:

Elizabeth said...

Knitting crappy things? I'm not sure if that's better than not knitting or not. So I see you're into cookies on your may want to visit my blog - I just posted a new chocolate chip cookie recipe on my blog that's very easy and near-impossible to mess up. Nice to "meet" you!

chefann said...

Hey, babe! If you teach me to knit, I'll teach you to crochet!
(I've got a couple of cute crocheted dolls in my Etsy shop.)

Kasey said...

White Water rafting...that might be fun! I feel like I should go back to my list and add quilting because everyone seems to have that...I feel left out.

Shelle said...

Hi, nice to meet you. I'm totally with you on the cold, outside bit, especially being an Aussie in NY, doesn't really fit. Luckily it is very easy sitting on the couch like you said...(just gotta convince the kids of that):)

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