Yes, Roseanne would be so proud. Clearly I still need to iron this little treasure, and pop it into a nice little frame to sit on my desk. It’s my first domestic project in a while – I don’t know what’s wrong with me! Last week I even listed a sewing machine on my Amazon wishlist (see link to the right!!!). And this weekend I baked banana bread and jambalaya. This may not be a big deal to most of you, but when you’re the type of person whose cooking skills mostly include being able to preheat a toaster oven to 450 F and open the box that contains your frozen pizza, cooking jambalaya is a bit of a stretch. But I’m not dead yet from food poisoning, so I guess it came out ok.
4 thoughts on “I am a domestic goddess…”
Oooo, it turned out awesome!>Don’t just settle for domestificationism; fight with it until it wins. You’re nesting.
Don’t lose your uniqueness when you settle into the role of domestic goddess. Too often, people just fade away rather than keep their promise. Yes, this sampler is really nice, but ironing? Aren’t you going a little too far??
oh this is too, too funny!
Yeah, ironing. Mark stuck my little cross-stitch masterpiece in the frame that I bought for it, and I <>thought<> about it taking it out again to iron out the wrinkles, but let’s face it – that sucker’s gonna stay wrinkled for a loooooooong time. Visit http://www.subversivecrossstitch.com for more snarky cross-stitch patterns!