Thursday, March 10, 2011

Favorite Things Friday

Oh, my Favorite thing to do on a Friday is to take the day off of work, and go camping for the weekend! Well guess what? That is exactly what I am going to do on Friday this week...........so no sewing for me for the next few days....( one of these days I will pack my machine with me ) But I will be having fun with friends and probably extended family too. Will try to remember to take some pics, and share with you when I get back at the end of the weekend. Which makes me wonder, who ever made the work week 5 days long, and the weekend only 2? Why can't it be the other way around???? Well everyone have a fabulous weekend, I know I will no matter what happens! :D You can go over to Quilting in my Pyjamas and see what everyone else is doing this Friday too.

8 comments:

Amanda said...

Have fun.

Marg said...

That sounds like a great weekend, I hope you have lots of fun.

Thea said...

taking the day off is always fun ... camping sometimes too ... I'm getting to where that is a little too much work so I think I'd rather stay in a hotel ... thanks for a great favorite.

Kate said...

Have a great time. I'm with Thea, I'm a hotel camper type these days.

Seams Inspired said...

Sounds as if you're weekend is going to be a blast! Have lots of fun. Thanks for sharing. Happy FTF! :o)

Shay said...

Ann Marie I completely agree ..it SHOULD be the other way around!

Taking off for the weekend is a favouorite thing of mine too and I havent done it in forever ....we were thinking of doing it this weekend but work related stuff prevailed around the house.

Enjoy your weekend ! Thanks for linking up to FTF this week (and making us all insanely jealous because you get to go away !)

Baa-Me Kniits said...

Have a great weekend away, thats a good FTF! I think the working week should be 2 days as well but lets keep school at 5 ;-)

Elizabeth said...

I think that at the very least, Friday should be included in the weekend, and the work week should only be four days.

About camping, I don't love that so much. But I do love spending time with family.

I have a friend who takes hand quilting projects with her camping. Then you won't have pack the machine along -- just a needle and thread.

xo -El