Good morning my friends. Thank you to all those who visited last week, and your lovely kind comments. I’m so sorry I can’t leave a comment on several of your blogs. I don’t do google plus you see, and some on google plus I CAN comment on, and a few I simply can’t. Don’t understand it – but, I did manage to visit you all, and enjoyed what I saw. So, if you left me a message, and didn’t get a comment from me, I’m so sorry. Jill, I’m sorry you didn’t leave your WOYWW number, and I couldn’t find you to comment – Serif, who host my site, don’t have the facility yet of making your names a link to get straight back to your site… However, I’ll be around to you all again later today and the next couple of days – Mrs D is coming over for a coffee this morning, you see, so I don’t suppose we will get a lot done other than a good natter and catch up!
So… my desk this morning.
Not a lot that is exciting, I’m afraid. My scrap pad, a roll of low tack tape I haven’t put away, my address labels, tools, and a couple of cards almost finished for the hotel – copies of the one which didn’t even make the stand the other week!
And a view to the right of where I sit to work –
A couple more cards, my box of embossing powders (Hmm – seems I need a larger box!), a pile of Christmas newsletters which need change of address or other things doing with them, my specs, my computer with that glorious autumn picture on the screen (taken when I went to Chatsworth Garden last year with the family), the church notice sheet (which needs completely re-thinking, so is sitting there until I do!), the notebook contains my notes from a very lengthy phonecall to CCLI – the copyright licencing authority for church music and words – boy, is copyright law complicated!!! (and extremely expensive), and some odds and ends.
So, what else have I been up to this week – well, a friend called round a couple of weeks ago saying she was sorting the attic, and would I like these for Uganda. “These” were a bag of wool and a bag of fabric. So, the colours were so glorious, I set to and made a blanket…
Aren’t those colours just great? Unfortunately, I didn’t realise when I hastily took the photo that behind the settee is an appalling shot of how lazy I am! Remember the fireplace which was taken out weeks ago?? Well, this just shows I haven’t yet painted that part of the wall – it’s still bare plaster!!! Ooops!
So that’s me this week folks. Messy, doing lots, and now have a dining table filled with the makings for 10 bags for Uganda – done three, nearly finished the fourth. Should be able to show you some of those next week…
Take care dear folk. God bless.