List of things to do when I’m bored

I was bored one night so I came up with this short* list:

  • make a collage
  • crochet
  • make a blog post
  • clean something
  • photograph something
  • take a walk
  • call a friend/family
  • go for a run
  • bake/cook something
  • re-arrange furniture
  • write a letter
  • learn to knit
  • learn embroidery
  • visit a museum
  • paint something
  • make a 5 or 1 minute quick drawing
  • watch a movie and review it
  • belly dance
  • rock out
  • go for a bike ride
  • make jewelry
  • clean out my purse
  • read a book
  • play the wii
  • cuddle with my honey
  • look up local events and attend something

Lots of other things can be added.   Feel free to add your own suggestions in the comments.

*This is what fit in my journal and it took 5 minutes.

Peeling poster of a stuffy old man

Yarn Bombing at 18th and Walnut

I haven’t been to Center City Philly in a while, until last night when I saw this.

Knit side

Knit side

Crochet side

Crochet side

Here are some detail shots for you.

knit cables

Love you Philly

Slipstitch

View up the tree

crochet

crochet

Tree crotch covered up

This type of surprise makes me smile and brightens up my day.

Yarn Bombing at the Reading Terminal Market

Look at what I saw yesterday.  

  

Knit and crochet yarn bombing with my bike.

 

Granny Square Bombing!

 

  

Side by side yarn bombing

 

Last time I was there only one of these bike racks was bombed.  I was pleasantly surprised to see  multiple racks bombed in a row.  🙂 

For those who don’t know, yarn bombing is when someone (or a group of someones) attach knit and/or crocheted items to public objects.  This is usually done at times when very few people are around to witness the act. Sometimes the item will be intended for personal use (a scarf, hat or blanket left in a random but public place)  or just to bring a smile and sunshine into everyday life.