Although I watch a lot of TV, it isn’t too often that I’m so compelled by something I’ve watched that I feel the need to share it. However, when I was watching America’s Got Talent this week, I absolutely fell in love with Aerial Animation and wanted to share what I loved. So creative!
Indie Gift Box is one of my blog sponsors over on Crochet Concupiscence and I’m loving what I’m getting from them so I thought I’d share it here as well. With Indie Gift Box, you pay a monthly membership fee to get curated gift boxes of artisan items. I love the surprise of not knowing what you’ll get, the discount on what you do get and the items they’ve collected. Here’s what was in the July gift box:
I watched a lot of TV this summer. I have terrible insomnia so I watch a lot of television at night. I also watch TV while crocheting and sometimes I have TV on the background when I’m doing busy work (answering email, etc.) Here are some of the television shows that I watched at least one full season of in the past few months:
Orange is the New Black
My beaux and I originally met on the How About We dating site. A few months ago, we joined their relatively new site for couples where you pay a monthly fee and get a monthly date for free along with discounts on various dates. We’ve done some fun things through them although I’m not sure it’s worth the $18 monthly fee. A recent example of that was our date at Monarch, which was a fun date but not worth the $18 we paid just to get a free date for the month.
Color Me Badd
The date was called Color Me Badd and was supposed to be a date for two at happy hour at Monarch. It was advertised as having 90′s slow jams and risque coloring plus two free vodka drinks. I assumed that there would be dancing since I’ve been to the two-level bar before but the bottom level with the dance floor was actually closed so it was just lounging. The music wasn’t danceable anyway; there were no slow jams and whatever was playing was more in the family of heavy metal than anything nostalgic.
Recently shared on Instagram:
Awhile ago I featured the crochet art of Sara Christensen Blair on my Crochet Concupiscence blog. But she also does a variety of other fiber art including this great cross stitch art. All of the ones below except the first one are self-portrait images of the artist: