Saturday, March 14, 2009

Eventually ...

Now Darlings, this is the thing.  Well, perhaps not THE thing, but A thing with the Fab.  Footle and Fuss, move this here and there, wait until it is perfect and generally use that as an excuse for not doing something.

The Fab is trying to get past that.  For those that are interested, the Fab has been working on her website rather than writing here.  Because she told sister J that she would, and, mostly, because she wants to.

The problem is that while the Fab has been nudging things along, nothing is perfect (or even close) a lot of things are barely started. The Fab is going with it anyway. So, Darlings, if you want to know what the Fab is up to,  take a peek from time to time at Fantastic Fabiola's home on the Web as she decorates.  Don't get all attached to anything, the Fab likes to footle tootle with stuff until it is perfect which it never will be.

Aside:

Yesterday the liquid song of the Red Winged Blackbird were heard.  Fab spotted a few of the boys in the grass on the edge of the field.  The girls will arrive soon.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Dom and I took a peak and are a bit concerened with that sharp pointed thing with the mouse on it.

Fabiola (or Mary or Both) said...

Why are you concerned? Fabiola presumes that you are talking about the Tall Small House?

Anonymous said...

Thanks to the Fab Anony now has an alter ego -(Dom). He does battle with imaginary threats.

Fabiola (or Mary or Both) said...

Oh Dear!

Well good on you for developing an alter ego (we all need one). But The Fab must caution you, the Tall Small House has traveling chickens, armadillos, Bob the Bird, rattlesnakes (from time to time)and all sorts of other protections. I am sure Dom that you will discover that it is better to be walloped by a windmill than assaulted by an armadillo.

Just a thought Dear Anony. If the Fab were you, she would be looking askace at Wild Dog Woods.

Anonymous said...

Dom has been renamed Anoid -- Would you mind makeing the road that goes oner the hill out of yellow bricks?

Anony

Fabiola (or Mary or Both) said...

ok, Annony - Dom - Anoid -- but don't go asking for flying monkeys!

Anonymous said...

ok, Mary Fab -- is that the kind of wild dogwood that blooms?

Fabiola (or Mary or Both) said...

Anoyd. The Fab just understood your last comment. (The Fab can be slow on the uptake). Wild dogwoods. LOL! No, seriously, what, three months later the Fab is laughing to the point of tears.

Yes, dear, they flower (and they bite too).