Today has already been one of those days. After dropping the kidlets off at school I was coming to a stop at a round-about and the truck in front of me started to reverse. Several expletives and the fastest change into reverse I have ever done, with just a quick thank you Lord that noone was following me, and my heartrate slowed to a sane level. That was my first WTF moment of the day.
Whilst washing the floor this morning, I cursed for the hundredth time the thousands of little bugs that are coming in from outside. No exagerating. It's been happening for weeks. Tiny flying insects, invading my home, piling into the corners, commiting some sort of death-pile-up thing in the fartherest reaches of my kitchen floor. Second WTF moment of the day. We need to educate the bugs somehow.
I released the last of my Monarchs yesterday. Tagged, carefully released. Please look for little white tags on Monarch butterlfies as you see them, there are a lot of us NZ-wide tagging our Monarchs and logging their journeys. I have a meeting with other like-minded Monarch taggers next week - I told Paul and that was his first WTF moment for the day. hey. Don't dis the butterflies.
Everyone loves them a little frog - right? This one from Abby on mother's day. Oh yea. Egg cartons at their best. I was so proud, she was so proud. Great frog experience.
SENZ 2010 details have been released. I was originally meant to be attending this event, teaching on behalf of one of my favourite stores. Unfortunately the store is now unable to attend, which means I'm not teaching. I was offered a teaching space representing SENZ themselves, but family circumstances have meant I can't accept. There are some great teachers attending though. Trina McClune has a huge line-up of amazing classes, as does Jill GG and Ngaire Bartlam. I'm envious, I've been chatting to Trina and her classes are already looking great. I'd be there if I could. To those of you that have registered - have fun!
Off to play with more collections... I did this the other day for an assignment...closely inspired around a project on the Collections blog... I can't stop now. HOOKED. I am hooked.