March 28, 2012
Welcome friends to the March 28 What's On Your Workdesk? Wednesday #147! Oh, I got myself into another pickle yesterday. Which is a head-cocked-to-the-side phrase, isn't it? Whenever would someone try to climb inside a pickle? Some of you may know I had a senior brain wind with the Mojo Monday challenge yesterday. I made a rectangular card and entered it in a challenge calling for round or square cards. I know, what am I going to do with me? I'm addled.
On this WOYWW event, everyone knows I'm a neat freak and frankly, sometimes I do feel like a freak. I do get hives and an eye tic if my desk is too messy for too long. But, honest, I do make messes when I create, same's everyone else, so I got all excited last night when I realized the timing was right for showing you I had a true mess! The mess began because I was finishing off a bunch of cards that I'd made for other challenges. I stopped that to make the Mojo challenge card. Then, immediately after I posted that card, I regained consciousness and realized my fow paw. Well, that wouldn't do, so I went back into production and made a proper (round) card and relinked it to Mojo. So, unusually for me, I had messes on top of messes:
And here is my desk ten minutes later:
Aaah. Don't hate on me, I can't help it. I agree that a mess means you are being creative; that just makes sense. But once I've finished one creation, I normally put everything away and start fresh. We all have our crosses to bear. To join in the fun and let us see your creative area - and style - do click on the link above!
And just because it's so pretty, here is a picture of the minature lemon tree in a pot outside the west window of the playhouse. It's a Meyer lemon and just look at all those blossoms glistening from the spring rain! Last year we only had about ten lemons (it usually is a good producer), so this is exciting to see.
I'm delighted to welcome Bonnie to my blog. Her site is called "Stamping with Klass" and you know me and words/names, I love that title! And she does, indeed, stamp with class!