Now, go visit dozens of worktables all over the planet at What's-On-Your-Workdesk-Wednesday.
Sometimes my worktable is up against the window--but I'm back in the mood to have it pulled out in the middle of the floor so both leaves can go up if needed. That's because I'm swamped with ideas. I keep those creative thoughts and lists in my little black book there. Not to mention the random recipe or two. Ooh--this is the first time I've shown my new glasses! I can see!
One of my ideas involves vintage trimmings and linens, some stitching, and some words. More to come on that. And then another idea is a little crafty book. I've long wanted to write one--but nothing ever struck me as the central theme. Then, hubby was staring at my crafty corner last night, trying to think of better storage solutions, and we were talking, and boom. There it was. The idea I was looking for! So now I get to work on that too!
I've also done some more reorganizing--thus hubby's brainstorming and more storage solutions. He thought maybe he could put some things away for me somewhere, like the garage, but the problem is I use EVERYTHING, all the time.
|A stack of scrapbook papers I use all the time.|
Not that having great crafty supplies is a problem! It's quite a blessing to be able to let out your creativity and have the means to do so. For that I am so thankful. Therefore, I've also made a decision! I'm going to join our local arts and crafts guild. I've checked it out, and the membership runs from June to May. It looks like there's about 20 members is all. So they need me, right? I don't own a craft shop, and I don't go around selling my wares that much, but I still want to join. So I'll have the rest of the winter to make myself more worthy!
Downton groupies: were you surprised that Mr. Green met his demise the same day Bates took a little daytrip? I wasn't! And what about that Daisy. I was so proud she took the advice of her father-in-law (even though he was her father-in-law for about two seconds.)
Eat, Write, Dream, Stitch, Imagine