Yes, it is that bad, I even have the app on my phone. It has been a constant source of inspiration and distraction from my loss of time in the sewing room. S. is recovering quite nicely and has regained almost all of her independence, given that each arm still has a cast or a brace.
It seems that I passed the Pinterest addiction to both of the girls, too. O. has been pinning things left and right, an interesting insight into the thoughts of a college girl. She had even given in to the crafting bug because of Pinterest, for a moment.
She had grand ideas of going into production of key fobs, but that seems to have dissipated. I enjoyed having her ooh and ahh over my stash for the time that she was up there though. I bet she'll be back before long, how can she not find something else to make on Pinterest?
Another reason I love that site, well, I get to 'pin' all kinds of things for all kinds of reasons, my own reasons. And sometimes it is something that I really want, enough to give it is own board. And then there are people in your life that are observant enough to notice the fact and take action on it.
Yesterday I had a mysterious package in the mail from a bead company, and inside....
This amazing, tiny work of art. I'm still giddy from the surprise gift, such a treat. Thanks, Kathy, much love and hugs coming your way!
So, do you 'pin'? Come on, join the masses, it's like a magazine in your computer every day, with just the parts you want.