I wasn't able to take part in last week's "What's On Your Workdesk Wednesday" but wanted to join in this week. Partly because I had such fun looking at what other bloggers are up to, but also because I got so many comments about how neat my desk was. Well, have a look at this... Not quite so tidy this time!
I've had such a hectic few weeks and am still in the middle of putting everything away after doing a class and a Fair this weekend. I have a crafts-to-do list as long as my arm but can't actually get near my crafting space at the moment! Guess what I'm doing this afternoon!
Right in the middle of my desk you can see my amazing Stampin' Up! tote. I have no idea what I would do without this wonderful bag - it holds so much! Just off to the left you can see the proof of my busy time recently: I STILL haven't finished that button frame I posted on WOYWW a couple of weeks ago. Every time I get to it, something else crops us and it gets moved to the side again. I promise it WILL get done as soon as I possibly can, and I'll show it to you when it's finished.
Okay. I'll hold my hands up... I am a bit of a neat freak and it really bothers me to see my desk like this. I'm getting twitchy just looking at the photo. (I'm typing this on my laptop while sitting downstairs on the sofa, so I don't have to deal with the mess JUST yet). If you ask my husband, he'll tell you that actually I am either extremely neat and tidy, or in total chaos. There is no in-between. I HAVE to be tidy, or I have no idea what I'm doing, or which way is up. Being organised really is the only way for me to function properly. Hmm.... I'm sure a psychologist would have something to say about that.
Rosie has been taking up a lot of our time recently. Regular readers will remember that she's on tablets for hyperthyroidism, and she seemed to be improving rapidly and was beginning to put on weight. Unfortunately, I'm starting to realise that she's not a kitten any more, and at fourteen she's just started (only occasionally, thank goodness!) to miss the litter tray. Euch! Ah well, that'll teach me! I thought that not having children would mean I never had to clear up unmentionable substances from floors. Apparently not. Time will tell whether it's a phase or whether it's just the beginning of an ongoing problem. My poor Rosie - she has been getting so distressed when it happens and is SO grateful when we clear up after her and Make It Go Away.. Love, love love our gorgeous little cat...
Thanks for visiting, and I'll be back again soon....