But things still percolate in my brain most of the time. For instance, I have been working on a Very Important Research Project. It was prompted by the screaming headlines a couple of months ago. I was shocked, shocked, I tell you, to read that... well... Hello Kitty is not a cat. Say what? Her name is Kitty for crying out loud. You expect us to believe that after 40 years, you have been fooling us? They supposedly have this whole cockamamie story about how Hello Kitty is a girl, lives in London with her family, and even has her own cat. I have to admit that I've seen more girls than cats wearing shoes and dresses and bows. But she has whiskers. It's a cat.
This requires a lot of research, and I have started my research journal (which I'm sure I'll lose interest in by the time this is posted!)
Another thing I did was finally give in and start a Pinterest account. That was mainly because they have started putting a big block across the screen if you don't have an account. You can still see things, but it was annoying me, so I signed up. Because, you know, I need something to waste three hours a day on... I don't have many boards or pictures up yet. But I sure did look at a lot of stuff other people have put up. It goes on into infinity and there is no good stopping place once you enter the door. (Pinterest account may or may not be found at this link if it works.)
One thing I discovered on Pinterest was this little easy project, which I think was described as a book closure. If I had been smart enough to pin it, I could give you the link, but I forgot. Basically, take a wide rubber band. Fold it in half and then in half again. No need to clip it, I only did that so I could take a picture. Punch a hole near the end of the folded part (I used my Japanese screw punch).