Friday, 27 April 2012

Craft Your Perfect Day - 3KCBWWC

Well, today's topic was again not calling out to me - Something A Bit Different, which is asking for a most creative post. 
M'eh...that ain't me - I am too old to get all fancy schmancy with pod casts, videos and all that jazz. So, I am taking the wild card entry for the boring old farts like me, who are content with the way they are blogging and do not want to push their creativity in that respect. 

Here we go with the Wildcard Topic:

Craft Your Perfect Day
Plan your fantasy day with your craft, It might just take up one hour of your day or be the entire focus of the day, but tell your readers where you'd love to craft, whether you'd craft alone or with friends, knitting or crocheting something simple or spending a day learning new skills.

I would say that I am actually very blessed and experience the prefect crafting day, every day :)

My typical work day looks like this:

6:00am - Get up and ready to go to work
6:40/6:45am - Leave the house/arrive a the ferry to take me to work
6:50 - 8:10am - Knit/crochet during the ferry ride (so very nice and relaxing when in the winter months you can view the most spectacular sunrises and in the summer time you can watch all the sailing boats going out)
8:30am - 5:30pm - Work
5:45 - 7:00pm - Knit/crochet during the ferry ride back home
7:05 - 7:30 pm - Prepare dinner and eat
7:30 until bedtime (usually between 10:00/11:00pm depending on how many episodes of the different CSI's are on) - watch telly and knit/crochet

Of course I do not ignore Mr P when I come home. We chat about or day and discuss plans for the weekend, but I am clever enough to be able to knit/crochet and talk at the same time :)))

Weekends are usually filled with short trips or relaxing on the balcony. But as soon as I plonk my behind on the couch and have the TV on, my knitting/crochet WIP's will join me :)


  1. I love how your perfect day is everyday. Very nice! Those ferry rides sound like a great start and end to the day.

  2. Sounds like a very lovely way to spend the day! :)

  3. Knitting on the ferry sounds very soothing. Much better than stop and go traffic on the highway. How nice that that you make the time for knitting and crochet every day.


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