As always I've been very busy. Last weekend away visiting our eldest son and family to celebrate his birthday. A bittersweet weekend in some ways. My younger son joined us with our granddaughters but sadly his wife stayed at home to spend time with her parents as her father is very poorly. We missed her very much but of course understood.
The weekend before I was at my Mum's. She is still not one hundred percent well. Had a lovely time with her though.
The days in between filled with looking after my granddaughters at times, packing and unpacking and various craft activities.
Anyway I'd best show you my desk. I did have a massive tidy up and sort out after the class I did but it doesn't stay like that for long!!!! I did photograph it earlier today when it was sunny as I knew I would not be doing anything at it until tomorrow afternoon at the earliest.
I had been making a card but can't show it at the moment - just a chance it may be seen by the recipient.
A little bit further along - I certainly had a lot of stuff about for one card :-)
Then other end of my work space - folded is the Lilybo quilt - that is almost finished. The foam has some sugar flower petals drying in it and there is my old printer. I am still trying to decide which one I am going to buy. Decisions decisions!!
Well not the most fascinating post this week. Thought I'd better stick to the point. If you'd like to join in with this peek at desks across the world then go to Julia's Blog - she's the Boss Lady and join in. Will be back to visit desks later. x
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