Wednesday, 13 March 2013

What's On Your Worksdesk? Wednesday 197

Well, here's value for your internet connection.....



The desk, in all it's glorious erm, glory at lunchtime on Tuesday.  I was about to clear up, the H2Os were fun to play with - like having old friends around!  You can see though, that i was in full swing..I spy a small orange lidded plastic box on its side, sticking out of the clear drawer where I keep my foam pads.  And a light bulb wedged into the basket of scissors and pens and etc....I wonder how long that will stay there.  I know it works, we were testing the colour of the light against the daylight bulb that I currently use in my lamp.  Janet suggested I need a daylight bulb,  Well, ironic or not..I have one and it was turned on when I took the photo to which she was referring.  So here..in real daylight..


The shades of BLUE.  See. The big red stripe is a 'shelf' that Mr Dunnit made for me - it fits exactly across the arms of my armchair to provide me a table when I don't want to move far from his side.  Or the TV. Or the heating.  And that great chunk of cut glass bowl -lovely innit.  That's a long term loan from a very very good chum.  I love it.  And use it as you can see, for all sorts of things. So it doesn't feel neglected.  I need it to know how much I like it.  You understand.
And finally...tidied up..this shot taken late yesterday afternoon.  I was going to start a scrapbook page for a workshop project.  I answered the phone and poof! the daylight disappeared.  I hate it when that happens.

Come on now, I know you won't need to offer a threefor, but show us what you're up to huh, it's always lovely to browse your desks.  Put WOYWW in the title of your blog post and link it here.  Smashing.

122 comments:

okienurse said...

awesome looking desk! I was hoping to see all the blue crochet bits laid out...Very nice! Thanks for sharing! I think I am #1 this week...haven't refreshed the page yet so I am some where around there...Don't know how that happened cause I figured I would be at least 30! Vickie

Patsy Paterno said...

How ingenious of you to use the shelf that way! That's why things never get thrown out at my house! Patsy

Nikki said...

You've been busy :) love all the crochet you've been doing
I have some candy too for those that want to try their luck hugs Nikki C #3 this week wow!!

Cathy said...

Fab desk, love the crocheting. I have just finished rabbits for the girls! Your mum will love the scarf, although I don't envy you sewing all those squares together!!
Hugs Cathy xx

Sandy said...

Oh the color is so much better today with your crochet they look blue now..Great use the bowl looks loved with all its dainty crochet in it.. your card on the easel looks so pretty, very dainty from here.. Always admire your button jar, I am sadly lacking in the button stash department..
Sandy :)

Maria said...

Hi Julia,

Your work desk looks busy lucky you I wish my hubby could make shelves because I sure need them for my scrap garage....
Hope your having a creative week...

Maria in Oz

Sylvia/LittleTreasures said...

Lovely shades of Blue. And I like the red shelf, amazing what how little things mean a lot! And I don't see snow out your window, are you into spring? Snow is deep here, 12 inches of wet heavy stuff to melt Thurs, so will have a water mess.
Always enjoy your variety, Happy WOYWW and enjoy the week

MaggieC said...

Lots to look at this week. Loving the crochet work, must look back later to find out what the project for that will be. Thank you for being our "hostess with the mostest" again this week. xx Maggie #9 ish.

Eliza said...

Mu goodness Julia your desk is a hive of activity. Makes me want to pull out all of my H20's and look at all those crochet flowers, that is what they are going to be right?

Hugs Eliza

Sue from Oregon said...

oh my-I have not played with my H20's in years...I always loved the shimmer...hmmm, must go check them out! Thanks for the inspiration!

fairy thoughts said...

Morning Julia
glad to be of service on the daylight front... it was a real light bulb moment for me too... especially as I actually sell them at work.. doh!
great desk interesting wedge shaped storage. have you ever counted how many pairs of scossors you have ... silly question , of course not life's too short.
have a great week
janet

Neil said...

Good morning, Nice to see your desk in full creative flow this week. That's a lot of Crocheted flowers there, what on earth are they for?!

Nan G said...

Lots of good things on your desk! Don't you just love those H2Os?! Loved the star card and now we can see, yes they are blue squares. :) Happy WOYWW.

Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

Hullo there Julia,
ah do love peeking at your desk and the fact that you have totally unrelated things in totally unrelated spots like the light globe etc and even better that you point them out it is so reassuring..
...and yes I DO understand as you will find them on my desk, not light globe or orange container but some of their wandering relatives!
Well, lovely work going on here! glad to see what the sades of blue really do look like had sen them on previous post and did think they looked rather monotone which is far from the truth.. great work.
And love the far that your chair desk is red! :D
happy WOYWW! Shaz in Oz. x #15

Ann B said...

Your crochet flowers are very pretty Julia, what ar you making with them? Love H2Os but keep forgetting I have some too, I know, too much stuff.
Ann B
26

sara j said...

Value indeed! Love the bowl and the arm chair adjustment...and your the second person talking about twinkling H2O's. Maybe I should get them out and play. Have you ever tried the silks? At any rate, thanks for hosting, thanks for your sense of humor, and thanks for being messy every once in a while!
sara j#27

Neil said...

Help Julia, trying to remove something and somehow managed to re link number 28 to an old woyww post! Can you remove it? Number 28 is wrong! Sorry!!!!!!

Lynn Holland said...

I had a lightbulb moment this week when I realised a side table. I had in my kitchen would make a good sewing machine table especially as it had a drawer in it.
Only thing now is the gap in the kitchen and where to put the stuff that was in the drawer.
What you doing with the lovely shaded crotchet pieces Julia

Annie said...

what a fab desk you have Julia and a great view of the garden. I love the card with decoupaged flowers, looks amazing. Your desk is always so interesting. Gorgeous crotchet pieces too.

Have a great day

Crafty Hugs

Annie x

scrappymo! said...

Great idea for that red piece of wood! Ingenious is that Mr Dunnit.

The crochet blue circles are really coming along...you have been very busy! I spy something that looks fun on the easel but can't quite make it out...I need to put my sleuthing glasses on!

scrappymo! said...

Great idea for that red piece of wood! Ingenious is that Mr Dunnit.

The crochet blue circles are really coming along...you have been very busy! I spy something that looks fun on the easel but can't quite make it out...I need to put my sleuthing glasses on!

Redanne said...

Hi Julia, it is lovely to see the true blue colour of what will be the scarf - what a difference light makes. I really, really love that chunky bowl, I can see why you would want it - and use it. Happy WOYWW, Anne x #23

Alison Wade said...

Happy WOYWW. Nice busy crafty shots. Also nice to see from daylight. Ali x #33

Lunch Lady Jan said...

50 Shades of Blue even!! They look great :) have fun joining them all together ;)
LLJ 36 xx

Claire said...

such a busy post of a busy day!! love the blue of your crochet flowers!! i overslept this morning, hence i'm no 22 (was no 2 last week :) ) happy WOYWW and have a great week!

Rumtruffle said...

Now I could do with an extra 'table' to go across my knee like that, I think however I might just never move and simply mould into the shape of the seat!
Have visited for a while and its good to be back. Have a lovely week x
Rum x

Maisie Moonshine said...

You have been busy Julia - all those flowers - I can turn my hand to most things but crochet has me stumped - I'm all fingers - and somebody else's fingers - and the dog's paws (actually we haven't got a dog - but do you get that I'm really very bad at crochet?!) Have great day MMx
P.S. got your message about the tickets - yes I was checking the post everyday - will be patient now (ha!) Thanks MM

kath stewart said...

you're spoiling us indeed Julia...three for the price of one is indeed a feast for the eyes..love your rainbow of blue crochet flowers...hugs kath xxx

Annie said...

So much to look at today Julia. Love the crocheting....can't wait to see it finished.
Hugs,
A x

BJ said...

Theh card on your deck chair looks lovely, wish I coiuld see it close-up. Love the shades of blues on the special red shelf, what a nifty Mr Dunnit you have. And a tidy desk ready for scrapping which was exactly what happened to my desk after the tag. Thanks for WOYWW BJ#42.

Heather Alger said...

Your crochet pieces are fab, Do Love all the Treasures on your desk.
So many wonderful projects underway.
Have a Great week Heather # 46

scrappyjen said...

I like all those little crochet things! I wish I could do that. There is a name for the shades thing... is gresso or something? I think it begins with a g. Happy woyww, jenx

Kezzy said...

Wow those crochet flowers are gorgeous, I have just made my second crochet flower, I have been teaching myself and it's so relaxing. I so love the card with the teacup and the flowers coming out of it its gorgeous. I have missed woyww over the last two weeks, no mojo and life got in the way lol. I'm planning on playing later now my desk hasn't just got work on it. Happy woyww :-) hugs Kezzy xxx

Twiglet said...

Love the shades of blue crochet - what are you going to do with them? x Jo

Gibby Frogett said...

Morning Julia, for a moment I thought you'd found an ingenious way of painting your crochet pieces. Love the shelf idea.
People just shouldn't phone during 'crafting light hours'..he he..thank goodness for daylight bulbs! happy WOYWW... Gill xx

Carol Yates said...

Morning Julia, now I see blue!
Carol.x #52

JoZart said...

Wow! Not 50 Shades of Grey but over 100 shades of blue! You must have got the Attic 24 virus! That's a whole lot of sewing up to me. I'm now converted to crocheting the wave/ripple stitch as I hate joining up the bits and those are little bits, as little as the Red Nose Doll blankets.
love Jo x

Janene McAnally said...

You always make me smile as I read your posts Julia!! I am thinking of getting a daylight lamp as my area gets a little dark even during the day and the lighting I have is not the best! You really have yours crafty fingers in a few pies don't you lol. Happy WOYWW :-).
Janene #54

Fandhmum said...

Happy Wednesday
I love the look of your crochet flowers and some rather nice ribbon there.
You have a very interesting desk.
Rosie x

Bernice said...

The crochet circles look great - lovely shades of blue - make sure and show us the finished scarf!(sure wouldn't like to have to stich in all the wee 'ends' though - that puts me off crocheting!!)
Bernice #57

Helen said...

Just realised I didn't leave a comment when I linked, must be the early hour! Your desk looks great today, in all 3 shots - and the crochet looks blue now too.. very clever! At least the hour the daylight disappears is getting later - and it is nice and light in the mornings now too!! Helen, 11

Ria Gall said...

Wow Julia what a fantastic workspace you have going on today. There is so much lovely stuff there that I feel like inviting myself over for a crafting afternoon.
Thank you so much for running WOYWW and allowing us to form these wonderful friendships around the world
Ria

lisa said...

What a busy bee you are, Julia, there's so much going on! I LOVE all your little blue flowers. I need to learn how to crochet!! and it made me laugh about the shelf Mr Dunnit made you so that you don't have to stray far. I think we neglect these Hubbys of ours sometimes don't we, not that they complain!
Happy WOYWW
Hugs Lisax #59

susibee said...

Love the idea of the shelf to put across your chair so you can be comfy, warm, be with the family and still do your crafting!

Interesting desk and the varigated crochet flowers are gorgeous.

Francesca said...

Your crochet work looks very interesting. What will it be? Great desk.

Winnie said...

Love the shelf you hubby made for you so you can stay and work by his side (so sweet!). I love your flowers, they are so lovely. Wish I could do needle work,but alas, I am all thumbs! I have discovered the phone has the same time disappearing power for me too! Enjoy the week!! Winnie #65

Laura said...

Neat shelf-desk!
Thanks for hosting
Have a great week
:)
Laura
68

Scrapcat 1 said...

your desk is always so busy, I love the crocheted flowers and the shelf that fits on the chair.

Sue said...

Hi Julia. I really am drawn to the crochet work and how you have displayed the flowers/ buttons, Lovely!
xx

Kimbo said...

I love those flowers and the daylight shows they are not only blue but circular x

Lisa-Jane said...

How very on-trend you are with your ombre crochet! They look gorgeous!

Liz Black said...

Lovely bits of crochet and fabulously busy desk! It's so good to have some sunshine to work in, even if it doesn't last as long as we would like! Roll on Spring!
Thanks for sharing/hosting and Happy Woyww. Liz at 72 x

House of Bears said...

3 for the price of one! We are not worthy! :)

Jan Ltc said...

Your WOYWW looks great xx Jan

Marit said...

Your desk looks inspiring and I absolutely LOVE the shades of blue you're crocheting.. will you sew them together to make a pillow sheet or something? Happy woyww! Marit #79

Shoshi said...

I love all your blue crochet bits, Julia, and how the colour graduates from dark to light. Beautiful!

I'm just popping in this week so you don't all forget me! I've posted some photos of the state of my poor old ARTHaven in the process of being packed up.

Happy WOYWW,
Shoshi

Becky said...

Awh, how romantic he made you a shelf so you won't have to leave his side! :) I love that! Of course I did read all the other reasons for the the shelf, but I like the first one best :)

Jaki Morris said...

I have always wondered if I need a daylight light bulb, I think you may just have answered that one.

Wish I had a clever husband like yours! Great idea. If I need to craft in the front room, I use a tray. Very dull.

Take care
Jakix #86

Hammers said...

Love the 3for. I am curious about what you are going to do with the crocheted circles, they are beautiful. I love daylight bulbs. Cx #91

Charlene said...

Oh, now I see those gorgeous blues...your Mom will love that scarf!

Kat Griffin said...

always fun to see what you are up to. sunny or not it is always inspiring to see everyone's creativity every week !
this morning here in Ohio it is snowing a little bit. Spring is going to have to break out here soon or we will revolt !

Debs Willis said...

I really like the card on your easel, and the cute little heart water dish :-)

Happy woyww

Debs x#84 ( i think!)

Brenda B said...

Well, I definitely got my money's worth this week. Love the intensity of it all. The shelf is a great idea, never knew you could crochet too, you'll be knitting socks next!

Hugs
Brenda

I got the week number wrong this week, but as it's in my post title that I've linked too I don't want to change it in case it breaks the link!

Anna said...

Lovely shades of BLUE! What a difference lighting can make!
I find photographing anything in my house to be hard. I get very little natural light in my house and I have hardwood floors that cast a yellowish glow to my world along with the yellow glow cast by the new fluorescent bulbs.
I do have a desktop OTT lamp with daylight bulb, but I'm thinking I need more than one to even out the light.
Can't believe I managed to actually put my link up in the morning, as I'm usually posting late at night! I took the day off from work today and to get this posted was top on my list along with my morning cup of coffee.
Now to take a look at what everyone else has going on!

Angie said...

What a busy creative lady you are at the moment ....love your shades of blue crochet.
Just dropped by to say HI ...I am waiting to come down with Chicken Pox ...the boys have had it now DD is really ill with it ...so that leaves me and Vicki. If I am getting it I want it over and done with soon as DS is getting married in 4 weeks and I'm not organized but whats new lol xx

Lori said...

Fabulous!! Love all the things going on.

Hope you get a chance to check out my desk.
Lori #81

Krisha said...

Very interesting desk this week Miss Julia. Love the blues you chose for your Mum's scarf.
Krisha #97

Patsy Paterno said...

Hi Julia, You asked if my paintings were for sale at the art fair and if I was nervous. I am trying to NOT be nervous! They are for sale and of course I am hoping to sell some. The problem is really the pricing! Don't know if my prices are too high or too low! :^) patsy

Christine said...

Hello!
Confused here - I am number 104 as 103 is the WRONG link.
Hey ho!

I was getting worried about you Julia - those 'blue' squares were definitely brown earlier in the week!
Looking forward to seeing the finished article and BTW that is one fantastic shelf/desk - just LOOOORVE the colour!
x

Laura said...

The pretty blues definitely show up more accurately in real daylight (fickle thing that it is.) I love the ombre effect you have going on. Happy WOYWW! ~ Laura (#105)

Robin Spitzer said...

"And poof, the daylight disappeared". No truer words were ever spoken!

Arnoldo L. Romero, MLA said...

That's a very clever laptop desk that your husband made for you, Julia. The little crochet circles have so many possibilities, and can't wait to see what you are making with them. Blessings!

Deb said...

I keep swapping daylight bulbs and soft bulbs all around the house, can't quite decide on them! you have been so busy with your crochet, something I have yet to master!
Debxx

MiniOwner said...

Wow look at all those crowshitted flowers! Love them. Your desk looks busy and interesting this week. Happy Wednesday. :o)
Sue x (MiniOwner@109)

Kim said...

Wow, great crochet - I have seen a LO with crochet up the side of the page - too hard for me but I think you could do a great job! Thanks for hosting WOYWW it's good to see other peoples work and ideas Kim 110

Jules said...

I always love to see everything that you have going on at your workdesk!

Monica said...

Love a work space filled and full of treasures as it means lots of creativity here.

Regina Hamilton said...

Wow...I love how you use that shelf. Your crochet work is lovely.

Lindsay Weirich said...

Full swing indeed Julia! Happy WOYWW! Lindsay #117

Daniella said...

Julia there is something wrong with the linky. I am #78 but when I refresh to see who is after me I disappear and no one is after #77. So, I put my name in again and....keeps going in circles like above. Could be just me!!! Just wanted to let you know!
I love the H2O's too. They are perfect for everything!! And they are magically always full! They never seem do go away. I feel the same. They are like an old friend!!
xxDaniella#78?

terese said...

just found your site via toucanscraps! cool! can be so inspiring seeing others workspaces! added mine! thanks for sharing, everyone!

/T

Shazsilverwolf said...

Just got home from work, I'll be visiting after a couple of coffees, washing up & a shower!Could save time & take the washing up into the shower, I suppose, :)Love the tin your H2o's are in0 thats a cool shape. Hugs, Shaz #121

~Sue C said...

My first EVER WOYWW! YAY! Looking forward to visiting everyone's blog!

505whimsygirl said...

Hi Julia,

What a busy looking desk! I can see you in your comfy chair, by the heater crocheting. Love the blues.

Happy WOYWW
Hugs,
Kay (108)

Princess Judy Palmer said...

Okay! NOW I believe you that your yarn is in shades of blue. Isn't having a daylight bulb amazing?! The problem is you will get spoiled by it and really notice when you aren't around it.

maureenjscott said...

I love that u have windows in ur craft room! I have a corner and struggle with light! Happy WOYWW! Mo xxx #63

trisha too said...

H2Os are SO much fun, and wow, I am very impressed with all the crocheting!!

Happy WOYWW!

:)trisha

Katie said...

Busy, busy! I love twinkling H2Os! Thank you so much for hosting this :)

Katie (124)

Kelly said...

I can see your mind goes a mile a minute. Love the grading in the blues of those crocheted pieces. Can't wait to see what you have planned for them.

Off to find breakfast and visit! Creative Blessings! Kelly #126

Karen said...

What a lot of cute crocheting you've done, the glass container is sweet too. Happy WOYWW! Karen 123 x

~Sue C said...

My first ever WOYWW! I'm so excited to be here. lol! I love to crochet (most granny square stuff). The blues you use are beautiful.

JoelMcBride said...

A happy 'mess'!
Thanks for hosting another week of an excuse for me to surf instead of work!

Joel. #127

peggy gatto said...

I always find inspiration here, thanks!!

Sarah Evans said...

What is a daylight bulb?! I need and want and must have one of those :)

Love your desk full of beautiful messes. And I love your armchair desk too. Again, gotta get me one of those.

Linking up my desk (and technically my sofa also) this week - thanks for hosting!

Sarah @ A Cat-Like Curiosity

StampinCarol said...

Got my Dr. Pepper and am touring the blogs! I'm amazed how so many of us have nice desks but end up working in a small area! LOL! Your "shades of blue" are really cool! But when I sit in my chair... I fall asleep and nothing gets done!
Happy WOYWW!
Carol N #115

Daniella said...

I fixed it Julia! Whatever it was is gone and I can see all the entries now!!
Thanks for bearing with me and my madness!!
xxDaniella#78!!!

Keren Howell said...

Love those blue crochet discs! I too envy you your window. My official craft "nook" is in a corner and I rely heavily upon my Ottlite! Hugs, Keren

Heather M said...

I always enjoy seeing the photos showing the sunny green out your window. Much better than the white outside of mine. Love the colors that I'm seeing on your desk. :-)
HeatherM #134

Buttons said...

Couldn't live without my Ottlite during the winter months! Love your shelf desk. That could start something of a trend. Hugs, Jenny #135

Caro said...

Interesting desk today and I love all those beautiful crochet blues. Thanks for sharing & hosting. Have a Happy WOYWW. Caro x #61

dottielottie said...

Great idea for the shelf desk, where there's a will...... eh. Love the card on your stand, just my colours too. Lovely crochet rounds, what are you using them for/on.Have you been dabbling in your button jar I see the lid is off?
Hugs lottie

Tamika said...

someones been crocheting like crazy! I thought the piece of ribbon on your desk was bacon! Yea, I must be hungry huh?

Tamika said...

someones been crocheting like crazy! I thought the piece of ribbon on your desk was bacon! Yea, I must be hungry huh?

Anne said...

Great desk lots to have a nosey at :-) Ah def blue - not brown like I thought before. Love the bowl and like the shelf idea - must mention that to DH :-) Happy WOYWW Anne x #137

Queen Lightwell said...

Hey, now I can tell they are blue! :) Looks very promising and the tidy desk...how did that happen? lol Looks like you've been having lots of fun, yay for that! Thanks for hostessing us, as always, so graciously. :) Deeyll #138

Cazzy said...

I should have turned my daylight on before I took my photos!

famfa said...

Lovely daylight shot. Love those crochetings, beautiful, what are they for? If its in an earlier post, I will go back and read. That shelf is a good idea.
Famfa (89)

Gill Edwards said...

wow number 141, i am getting later and later.
love the shaded blue crochet flowers and the bowl is really pretty.

have a good week

Gill x

Kim said...

Goodness your crochet needle has been busy! What a lovely colour palete you've used. Thanks for hosting this fab blog hop. Just made it as usual!!

Tammy said...

Better late than never for me today. I love the crochet starters you have there. Loving the shades of blue! I have a daylight bulb where I keep most of my supplies and it makes such a difference when trying to match up colors. Hope you had a productive Wednesday! Tammy #142

Carolyn Bennett said...

Linked my blog today for the 1st time!

Victoria said...

Super beautiful..such dazzling eye candy..i just want to dive in and play and create...awesome! I absolutely love all those blues...what a gorgeous color palette..magic and peaceful and also uplifting! I love seeing through the window into the yard..so pretty! Fabulous post! I enjoyed my first time here last week..thanks for the warm welcome..
Happy Creating
Victoria

April Story said...

Your desk is looking just awesome. I agree with your friend - those daylight bulbs are the best. :-)
April #110

Queenie Jeannie said...

Hi! I didn't have time to play this week, but wanted to pop in and say hello! I love to check out your desk every week and see all the marvelous tidbits you have on your desk. You never disappoint!!!

Lizzie said...

Oh dear, late again - sorry!
I love to see all the photos of your desk and the various projects you're working on. It's not boring in your house, for sure!
The card with the basket of little flowers, is so pretty (twinkling h2o's?); the various blue crochet squares - are they tiny, or is it just the camera angle? aaand the fun photo, ready to be scrapped (not to mention the rather cheeky coaster for your coffee cup!).

The red "shelf" is a good plan. I had a useful piece of oak flooring, which I used as a "laptop shelf" across the drawer beneath my desk. The desk was a roll-top and the laptop didn't sit on it properly, because the drawer unit under the rolltop would stop the screen from opening. So we found this oh-so-useful piece of timber, which was exactly wide enough to sit across the drawer - instant shelf! I gave the desk to a friend - and the shelf went too!

Great WOYWW today, Julia. It's fun to join in.

Lizzie #148 :-)

Anneliese said...

Here it is: My newest creation - I forgot to link back yesterday - I am still working in France - littlle space - dining table etc....
I adore your little blue squares in lovely shades.

Anneliese said...

Once againl --Greeting you on the computer - I am at McDo's -always limited with internet when in France....

Lucy said...

It's great to have a friend who knows about Daylight lightbulbs - Janet taught me everything I need to know about them so I can sell them in the shop! What are the blue crochet wheels for? You've made loads. The 'fruit machine' on my dining room table is actually a cheese dish/cheese bell. The pictures of 'fruit' are actually slices of cheese. It's in the process of being de-greased, along with everything else. I tell you, Mr Muscle oven cleaner is the best invention in the world at the moment! Thanks for popping by, have a great week - Lucy #24 x

akilli melek said...

now what you gonna do with those lovely shades of blue????pretty.
thought iwould try to join in this week.
caroline

RosC said...

Love using Twinks and you remind me to get mine out this morning. The next round of cupcakes needs a sparkle.
Good to see the desk - not sure about daylight bulbs. I've got one but I'm still not sure about the colour rendition it gives. And you've got lots of tins and bowls - good thing you love them or they'd all up and leave.

Happy weekend - I'm late - birthday today - up for a spoiling lunch.
Ros. #99

~Sue C said...

Hi Julia, thank you so much for visiting me today. Best wishes for a great rest of the week and weekend. Sue #122

Mary said...

Hi, sorry I'm late. Lots going on in my life right now ( a friend with health issues) and my mind isn't keeping up with it all. I posted Thursday and forgot to link...silly me! So, a bit late but happy WOYWW.