You may think I have been idle recently as I haven’t blogged, but I have been very busy as usual with few other projects which I’ll share another time. Oh, yes, of course I nearly forgot that I’d also been doing some of the hated housework which I’d neglected and also tidied my workroom which I always try to do when I have finished a project. I am a very untidy worker, so my room gets very messy with all my boxes and contents for that particular project. It would of course make things easier if I only had one interest, but as I have so many different ones I need many boxes and all kinds of different stuff. I’m also a great hoarder as I never know when something will come in useful as people creating Mixed Media will understand.
This is my workroom taken from both ends and this is as tidy as it gets.
This is the window at the far end and I can see the castle, but I must admit when I’m up here I don’t have much time to look, but it’s still good to know it’s there.
This is my Embellisher area and I have my colourful baskets on my mother’s old tea trolley. It’s very useful.
This is my wonderful wet area. I didn’t have water in my loft workroom for the first 18 years since we’ve lived here, but 2 years ago I had this double sink put in and I love it.
This is a pile of WIP (work in progress). Some of it is work started at SerenTex and the pile on the left is inspiration I’ve collected for my Art House Sketchbook Project.
Up on the ceiling here I have my year planner because this has been a particularly busy one for me and I knew I had to time everything that needed doing. Did I use it? I’m afraid not as I just used my computer Calendar and my small Diary instead. I don’t think I will buying another Year Planner.
Pride of place goes to Nain on the left and my friend packing the car to go on a course.
This was cut out of a magazine a few years back and it was up on my notice board until this morning. Maybe I should read it now I’ve tidied up? Perhaps it will help me in my battle against procrastination which is a constant one I’m afraid. I’m always doing things, but never the urgent ones. They are always done last minute.