Monday, February 9, 2009

6th Picture Challenge

I survived the 3 children! Whew! By the time Justin and Michaela went home last night, Piper and I were both exhausted. She was asleep by 8:30 and I followed soon after.

No sewing was done and I managed to mess up my knitted scarf A LOT. I can't figure out how to frog an entire row, so I put it down until my frustration could subside and I can go back to it with a fresh perspective. It might be a day or four.

Anyhoo, I was challenged over at My Tangled Threads to the 6th picture challenge. This one is different, and fun!! The rules are,

1. Go to your pictures
2. Take the 6th folder
3. Choose the 6th picture
4. Show the picture on you blog and write something about it.
5. Invite 6 new people to this challenge.
6. Link to them and let them know they are challenged.

This picture is the 6TH picture, in my 6TH album, on my computer. I don't have a full 6 albums on photobucket or flickr, so I just used my picture folders in my hard drive.

The picture is from this past summer. Pi had pulled out a large sheet of easel paper and put it on the floor to paint. She made a masterpiece (at least in her mama's eyes) and the picture has been saved.

I'm terrible at tagging people, so I won't. But if you're so inclined to take this challenge upon yourself, I'd love to see!


Kristina P. said...

She looks so intense. And I can only see the back of her head!

Kaye said...

Hee hee, I love it when they get all focused like that. And it's always so fun to see what they come up with on their own.

Cool meme...I like the non normal ones!

CraftyAshley said...

Very cute. Glad that you survived your night. Knitting can be so frustrating most of the time. lol Good luck getting back on track. Pi I bet your painting was beautiful!

Ghost said...

Great selection and nice challenge

Laura said...

Oooo, good for you for allowing paint near you hardwood floors, LOL! At least it's a lot easier to remove spills and stains from wood floors than carpet. I have all wood floors in my house, and don't miss the carpet a bit.

That's part of what makes me nervous about learning to knit - that you can't just rip back stitches if you make a mistake!