Last week was our Spring Break.  DH and I had a lovely ‘staycation’ — doing a little this and a little that.  No schedules, no plans, no pressure.  Very nice!

Shelves for the Crafty Stuff

My terrific husband made and hung the new shelves in the guest/craft room.  Yea!!!  The other side of the room is a disaster with crafty stuff spread and piled everywhere, just waiting to be arranged on the new shelves.  Nothing could go up until they had cured and the tacky feel was gone.  Can’t wait to start reorganizing today.

Last Friday . . .

we visited the Athens Schoolhouse Antique Show.  I was looking for storage containers to hold crafty stuff on the shelves.  I found several large jars and a couple of baskets, but none of them came home with me.  Why?  Because we brought this home instead.

You know how one thing leads to another?  Well, as we shifted and rearranged to make room for the new desk, we discussed a plan to turn the living room into the family room, the dining room into a sitting/study area, and the family room into the dining room.  Of course, this would be the ideal time to replace in the old carpet as well.  While take a reality check and ponder whether this is really what we want, the desk has found a temporary home in the living room.

High Water

Monday, it started to rain and didn’t stop until yesterday.  We had about 3.5 inches in less than 24 hours accompanied by some serious wind.  The little park across the street turned into a lake.  Not a great picture.  It was miserable outside, so I took this through the window.  Kids were practicing soccer there just two days before.  Today the water’s gone, but the field will be pretty squishy for practice.

So . . . what’s up with you?  I hope you’re having a good day.  Thanks for visiting with me.  I’m going to check a few blogs and then head back to work on the shelves.



2 thoughts on “Ramblings

  1. Those shelves look very handy! Did you finish the Valentine Scarf? I’m trying to turn the pattern into a shawl, and it’s fighting me….. Love that desk. Isn’t it crazy how one project leads to another? The domino effect, for sure!


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