:: so many pretties, so little time! ::
I have but only a minute or ten, to be exact, before I must get to after-school-snack-making, and decide what it is this household will consume for the evening meal (:
But I wanted to share these new little ditties, gracing - (that is much to eloquent of a word, and lending itself to the very idea of organization on my part, and that's just plain misleading) - covering every flat surface around me. Right now, my office hosts a gigantoid desk that belongs to the family and the farm, and quite possibly weighs 987 lbs (and that's cleared of all of my stacks of mail, paperwork, and more paperwork that needs filed and organized.) Also: a sewing machine (antique in cabinet) that my great grandmother brought here from Germany, and a desk I purchased (it was a "I-just-have-to-have-this-Joshy-won't-you-please-pick-it-up-for-me) and after spending my entire day in this room, I must have an intervention.
Of the organization variety - and asap.
But my side hurts - with this unpredictable ridiculous disease of the female insides I have, that noone really knows that much about, including the swarm of doctors I keep seeing. (I really think they have figured me in as patient-pays-for-my-Lexus, but I could be mistaken...)
So, online organization was what won my concentration today, complete with giant steaming cups of hot tea and lots of Nag Champa burning. And periodic trips around the corner to the comforts of the wood stove.
Tomorrow, you will have the chance to shop with GIANT bargains on my etsy shoppe, I'll be posting gotta-go's there for discounted prices. Christmas is a comin', and I am happy to be making more frequent visits to a few shops that are hosting my pretties.
Now, off to get the little wee one and maybe cave into my cravings of a GIANT diet pepsi...even though I know to the core of my being it's filled with gluten and will make me hurt even more....but the joy o' the caffeine: no sleep last night makes this momma crazy tired.
Can't wait to share tomorrow!
:: If you want to know your past, look into your present conditions. If you want to know your future, look into your present actions. :: Buddhist Proverb