Here we are at another Wednesday already, this year seems to be going by at a rate a knots and it has only just started!!
On my desk is a wooden cigar box... well, it started life as one and is undergoing some renovations!! Whether these will be a success is still to be seen but I am having fun with paints and stuff so it doesn't really matter. To the left of the cutting mat is my lazy susan, bought for the kitchen some time ago and I'm not really one of those mix a hundred spices sort of cook so it has been adopted for holding the paints and bits and really does make life easier as I can just whizz it around to get to something!!
and I cleaned out a drawer (well, it sounds better than I was looking for something) and turned my back for 10 seconds and this is what I found.... ;)
I did say last week I was going to find time to play and I have and I feel so much better.... until yesterday when I got an email from the relocators asking when they should send the man to survey what I am putting in the household shipment that is going to Australia. :( I think I will manage to squeeze a couple more days of playing before I have to change tack and start organising things. It's not the what is going bit that drives me nuts but the inventory and insurance form that goes with it... yep, you have to list everything you are going to put in a box and give it an insurance value.... think about it... kitchen = pots, pans, china, glasses, cutlery, tools, then its the clothes from the bedrooms, the computers, printers etc and then the best is the scraproom... as crafters we know it is always best not to put a price on what we have in our stash or we would frighten ourselves, our husbands and draw horrified cries from strangers... how many sheets of paper at 50p a sheet? You paid how much for all those Tim Holtz dies? Who needs 156 rolls of ribbon? Stamps... don't even go there...
I am off out this afternoon to a funeral of an old neighbour who died on my birthday last week, she was a lovely lady and will be missed, but I will poking my nose in blogs later. Her house has tarmac driveway all around it on 4 sides and when my son was little he loved to ride his bike around and around and around her house... giving her a wave on each circle and she never complained or shouted at him.... which would have happened if it had been me in my kitchen window, let me tell you! ;)
Happy WOYWW to you and don't forget to check out the linky list over the leader of the snoopdesk fest, Julia!!