I know I have not posted much during the week, but that does not mean that I have not been busy. Well, sort of.... I try to keep the larger projects to the weekends. But during the week, if I have any energy after working at ACT, I try to fold at least a few easy projects to "stay in shape" as they say. A co-worker gave me some paper made from recycled coffee filters so I had to give it a try. I folded a few simple cranes in various poses to see how the paper handled wet folding. I liked it! But the small sheet size will ultimately limit what I can fold with it. But for the basic simple designs, it should work well!
Then there was Valentines day! I folded a few roses for the ladies in our group. I had a few left over, so Cheryl suggested that I offer the remainders to the men......Er. That was rather uncomfortable and awkward. I don't know that it needs to be said, but apparently, females do not see the innate problem with men giving other men flowers. So, for the few female readers that may stumble upon this blog, I will share the ground rules for acceptable male to male contact. One: Shaking hands.
This is the only form acceptable when greeting a stranger...and you only need to do it once! After the initial greeting, a wave will be sufficient for the remainder of the engagement. The only other acceptable male contact I can think of is in the army on the battle field pulling a comrade out of a burning vehicle or into a foxhole during a artillery barrage! Everything else is, at best, frowned upon. Men do not hug, braid each others hair, soap each other up in the shower. So....don't ask us to give flowers to male co-workers and think that is "precious"!
Other than that, I have been working on a few larger items for the weekend, but none of them are completed as of the writing of this post. A Bulldog and a simple Dragon are in the works, as well as another ancient dragon. Hopefully I will have them completed by Tuesday and will have better pictures to show off.
In the mean time, A couple of things: One: a sleeping cat! And two, a fork the defies gravity! It was one of those moments where something unexpected happens and you simple have to take a picture because you don't see something like that everyday. Hope everyone is having a great weekend!