The Post About Procrastination as a Hobby

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Hobbies of any kind are boring except to people who have the same hobby. This is also true of religion, although you will not find me saying so in print.
Dave Barry

This was not true of the hundreds of hobbies you shared in my most recent giveaway. Many of us share a love for reading and photography and baking. Notice my above attempt at a Pickles & Ice Cream cupcakepalooza.

Some of you are gardeners. I'd like to pay you to come to my house and make my grass be less suicidal.

Some of you are scrapbookers. I'd like you to take my boxes of crap from college and make books that generate laughter and ugly crying.

Some of you are artists in the truest sense. And I have no real marketable skills.

Unless "procrastination" is marketable.

But alas, only one hobby is a random winner:

Congrats to
Tracey who said... I like reading or shopping for bargains.

Email jamiesrabbits@gmail.com to collect your bounty!

{image: Jamie}


  1. Congrats to Tracey - and I love your cupcakes!

  2. Was that for a Veggie Tales party? Because you should never do that again.

  3. Love the Dave Barry quote! He is not really appreciated enough in general society.

  4. That looks like Larry the Cucumber!!!

  5. A: Thanks dear!

    C: Do you even read my blog? PICKLES & ICE CREAM.

    K: We need to start a grassroots fan club. I heart Dave.

    C: He does - he wasn't quite what I wanted and I shaped him in 3 minutes before the baby shower actually started.


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