AntiM wrote:Air freshener tree.
Oh, definitely! Maybe hanging from a hat? Or the rearview mirror...
Victorian wrote:Talked to RJ today.. my camp mate
Hope to finish my goggles and work on the garage some more...
Maybe take out the lawn chairs and hose em off...
Anyone have any ideas of something fun/creative I could do today at home?
Victorian wrote:Anyone have any ideas of something fun/creative I could do today at home?
Shambala wrote:Victorian wrote:Anyone have any ideas of something fun/creative I could do today at home?
A)Paint your nails so they are nice and even.
B)Buy a sunlamp at Walmart and work on getting rid of those tan lines.
C)Put your ticket in a secure place so it doesn't get lost. Make a note of that place so you don't go crazy in August looking for it.
D)Read the First Timer's and Survival guides again.
E)Get your resume updated and in order.
F)Check around on-line to see about available jobs in your area.
lambert13 wrote:Bought a handful of battery powered glow sticks today at Target for about $5 each. Choice of red, blue or green. Four modes: LED flashlight, flaslight and glow stick, just glow stick, and flashing glow stick.
They look just just like a bright regular glow stick when turned on. Operate on 3 watch battery sized batteries (note inside on where to get free replacement batteries also!) and the package says they run for 200 hours on the batteries. They also come with an attachable lanyard to hang it from something.
Another cool thing is that the unit that houses the LEDs is removable and a little bigger lenghtwise than a quarter. It would be real easy to attach it to something for illumination that takes up next to no room.
For the price, I might go back and get more. Very reasonably priced illumination solution. Much cheaper in the long run than disposable glow sticks too. Video below shows them in action,
AntiM wrote:I love boobies. Everyone loves boobies!
Today I bought 12 yards of orange trim ... tiny tassels with beads, non-moopy, on clearance. Had to buy the bolt. I have no idea what I'll do with 12 yards of orange tassels, but surely it will involve the box of hundreds of orange pom-poms in the sewing room.
Victorian wrote:Shambala wrote:Victorian wrote:Anyone have any ideas of something fun/creative I could do today at home?
LOL Shambala. Thank you. I do not take offense. I love honesty, and critiquing.
Bling wrote:Just came back from a week out of town for work to a treasure chest of eBay Burnie stuff--a gorgeous soft, cotton ethnic dress, a hot pink coin bra top, polar fleece leggings, waterproof (read: dustproof) iPhone cases, sugar free Mojito mix, and a Bejeweler so I can BLING the rest of my stuff! Wheee!!!
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