Mt. Rainier and Lenticular Clouds - Dec. 2008 copyright: JMM

October 5, 2010

It's Good to Be Right


Because you can never have enough beads.

7 comments:

  1. Funny. My sister in law would always give my daughter a huge bead kit for Christmas. Of course she did this partly as a joke because she knew I would be finding beads all over the house in the most curious of places.

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  2. You should hear what the vacuum sounds like when I go under my craft table. I do rescue the ones I can see, of course, but not the seed beads! hahahaha

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  3. Whenever my friend has been sitting here making jewellery when she visits I find all sorts of beads all over the place.

    But vacuum cleaner, JoJo? Not sure what they are. And if I did, I don't think I'd risk letting it swallow my friend's beads. It might find some of my lost earrings and gobble them up, too. No, best to leave it a while longer.

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  4. LOL!!
    I last had beads as a child. I remember once when I stepped on a sharp one with my heel so hard that it sank halfway into my flesh!!

    I never finished that necklace. LMAO!

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  5. Hey Axe, you should ask my mom about the time when I was really little and I shoved beads up my nose and they got stuck. The trash truck had just arrived at my house and my mom came charging outside, asking for help from the driver (a woman who owned the co. and had tons of kids). All she could suggest was just keep working on my nose and the beads to get them out.

    Years later, I had an xray done of my sinuses and they found a bone spur in one of them. Brian is convinced that it's a bead that remained in there and has calcified over time.

    So I literally have beads in my head. lololol

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  6. I don't remember beads, but I had marbles....long gone now of course - LOL!

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  7. Haha... I think my dogs would eat them all. Acutally I know they would.

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