Teddy loves a good laundry pile and since I'm a really super pet owner, I like to accomodate him. You can see a bit of my livingroom rug under the four loads of unfolded laundry.
I fully intend to get to this today.
You folks sure seem to like pictures of my messes so here are a couple of more for you.
These bookshelves are really great. All of my paper goodness is in that basket and I keep my journals on the other shelf. Above is poetry and books on writing.
The sewing basket holds all of my extraneous threads: sashiko and the crewel threads (which I recently took out to play, discovered that I didn't have an big enough needle and stuck that little basket on top of my sewing kit.)
There is a stack of baskets in the (ha!) diningroom. The theory is that when I run out of "project" baskets, it is time to put stuff away. It is kind of helpful.
There is another bookshelf right behind my livingroom desk that holds art supplies and my electronics. It is a nice cozy place to play in the evenings, work on the computer and write and blog.
I was wondering why there was extra space in that bookshelf. Eureka, I do have space for one more craft! Crochet! But this is it. Really.
This is the bottom shelf of the bookshelf. The stuff I took with my to my Wye Island retreat is still there. Right where I left it, very close to its place.
In my defense, the past several weeks have been full of work. Preparations for Italy, meeting with my new web designer/developer to wrangle my online home a bit.
I'm also getting a new online class ready. Well, revamping Inner Circle Journal. Which should be up end of June.
And then, there is the crochet.
And so it goes