Unfortunately, my smallest loom was missing a peg, and since it was a different brand than my other looms, no other peg would fit.
There was no point looking through this for a little pink peg.
I know, it's awful. I'm working on it, believe it or not.
But, I was actually able to just sit and watch a beautiful and compelling documentary on Netflix, "Wildest India." The animals were amazing: the adorned elephants, the camels with elaborate patterns cut into their fur, and the cranes that migrate over Everest. Also, it poured in Nashville last weekend, but watching all the animals and people waiting for the monsoon in the scorching heat - yeah, I'm good with the rain.
I'm also considering the design of my latest Goodwill find - dubbed "Grandma Turtle" by my husband, who I'm thinking is not fully apprised of how fantastic it is. I snatched it up on sight, sure that there was nothing else like it, then found that a coworker of mine has one her grandfather made. It's a small, small world!
The seat cushion is still springy, but it's been in storage for quite awhile without protection, and the fabric is a little stained. I'm hoping to add a face similar to my spoon turtle; however, its rounded head is probably looking for something more whimsical.
I still love you, spoon turtle. Who cares about state fair ribbons?
I was at Goodwill this Sunday looking for pieces to go Disney Bounding for May the Fourth. I can't believe I just found out Disney Bounding was a thing. It involves wearing outfits inspired by your favorite characters' personalities and the colors they wear. So it's not as distracting at work as cosplay.