Ne’er Do Pinner

So, I have sixty Pinterest boards. Lots and lots of pretty pictures, lots and lots of really cool ideas, lots of funny, lots of sweet, lots of hell-yeah.

Pinning is addictive. So very addictive.

But I’ve become a couch-pinner. A pinner who pins but does not do. This does not sit well with me – I’ve always been a do-er, not a…*squinches nose*. What’s the opposite of a do-er? A not-do-er? A don’t-do-er? A ne’er-do-er?

Anyway, point is, somewhere between school, babies, books, and laundry, I’ve stoppedย doing anything that doesn’t fall into those categories. Small kine self preservation, but still, not healthy.

So on Sunday I sent the kids out for sticks, with the intention of making something with them that was a cross between this:

and this:

 

Wanna guess what I ended up making?

That’s right. Sticks on a Pizza Hut box. Next to a pumpkin.

Nailed it.

 

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21 thoughts on “Ne’er Do Pinner

  1. Janae says:

    lol…you should teach a craft class with that attention to detail. I’m inspired to make my own fall arrangement. (note to self: order pizza for supper).

  2. Missy says:

    You write and I’ll copy other people’s ideas on Pinterest and share them with you! At least your talent is 100% your own! I have to copy others ideas ๐Ÿ™‚ By the way – I have been trying out recipes this month that I have pinned and one in particular was a HUGE hit (even with dad!). It’s called Sunday After Church Chicken. You take chicken breasts and cut into strips (pretty thick), wrap in bacon and place in a clear baking dish. In a bowl mix cream of chicken soup and sour cream together and pour over the top. Bake for 4 hours on 225 covered. Remove foil and bake at 350 for another 20 minutes. YUMMO!!! And super simple!

  3. creativeclod says:

    Gotta let you know – I am :so there: on this. I have a bucket of acorns right now awaiting…. Well, being taken out of the bucket and ending up in my trash can! I am reblogging this now!

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