Rosa's World

Sunday, February 13, 2011

One of Two More Sleepies

Hi There!

I wish someone could wave their magic wand and pack my "stuff" for me!

To the left, you see my carry on. It's fairly full and I have my important "stuff", such as money, passport, tickets, directions and phone numbers and then, I also have books to read and hand sewing projects. No problem with THAT one.

In the forefront, you have my "check on". I have my clothes in there and wool, to share with Frummie and Elaine. As you can see, it's quite round and FULL!!!

Last evening, I decided to bring our old vinyl suitcase, to put extra "stuff" in there and ESPECIALLY to bring back "stuff". Well, as you can tell, it's almost flat and there's barely anything in there!

Sooooo, Gilbert says, "Have you tried putting in the medium one (that's the one in the foreground), into the vinyl one?"

Well, we did and it fit!

But now I don't have the cool pink (AKA Framboise) duo to pull along.

I now have my carry on to pull as well as this VERY HEAVY suitcase. Yes, it has 4 wheels underneath it, but it's really not "cool".


And this afternoon, 'cause I needed something to calm my nerves and make the clock go by quicker, I decided to do some embroidery!

One more "sleepie" here....

One "sleepie in Bangor...

And then, I'll be in


Hope you're all having a
Supercalifragilistiexpiallidocious Sunday!

NOTE (as per Wikipedia):

The roots of the word have been defined[3] as follows: super- "above", cali- "beauty", fragilistic- "delicate", expiali- "to atone", and docious- "educable", with the sum of these parts signifying roughly "Atoning for educability through delicate beauty."

(in Canada, but not for long...)


Frummie said...

Rosa My Love,
You can always ship stuff home.
Love you

Susan In Texas said...

I have never considered the entomology of that word before. And when you say it backwards it's docousalliexpyisticfragicalirupus, but that's going a bit too far, don't you think? ;)

That's a lot of luggage for a week. Will you have access to a washing machine? If so, you should consider packing lighter.

Of course, it's do as I say, not as I do on the packing. ;)

Happy trails,
Susan in Texas

Faithful Quilter:Elaine's Journey said...


We're ALMOST there.....


Oh so soon and there will be HUGS IN PERSON!!!!


Elaine who is still in SLO,CA

Barb said...

Glad you are packed....HAVE fun!!