Wednesday, 16 March 2016

What's On Your Workdesk Wednesday - WOYWW Week 354

Afternoon Deskers and All,

This is going to be a super quick WOYWW post today - Julia will be pleased, I'm sure! - because I'm off to visit my sister, Margaret, in her new home. She has been living in a home for disabled people since last year but she was moved on Monday into a brand spanking new bungalow which has been adapted to her needs ... she has MS and is in a wheelchair ... and I can't wait to see it. Anyway, you came to see what's on my desk so here it is.
It makes a change for there to be anything on my desk lately while I've not been feeling up to it. But, I have given myself a stern talking to ... not that I always listen to myself ... but this time it worked and has spurred me into some action. I've pulled out some photographs and papers to make a couple of layouts with ... it's a start. Top right of the photo you can see a piece of crazy quilting I was working on until my fingers got too painful to continue. It's going to be a needlecase when done. Oh, and that is sunlight you can spot too. We've been having the most wonderful spring weather these last few days - fairly lifts the spirits :)

So that's what's on my desk today. I'll be back later, when I get home from Margaret's, to take a look at what's on yours.

In the meantime, Happy Crafting,

18 comments:

Barb said...

That's wonderful news about your sister Elizabeth. I hope she will be very happy in her new home. Enjoy your visit.

Good luck with your scrapping. Barbxx

Annie said...

It's good to see you're managing a little crafting my friend....keep at it little and often and you will get there.
Hoping you have a good week.
Hugs,
Annie x #27

jill said...

I hope your sister settles into her new home quickly & everything goes well for her there.
What a little cutie in the photo & hope you get your layout done .
Happy woyww jill#2

Twiglet said...

Lovely Spring day here too for our little trip to visit my hubbies family. Hope you hade a nice day out. x Jo

Kelly said...

Good morning, Elizabeth! Blessings on your sister's new home. She will be thrilled to be doing things her way in her space. Hope you had a nice visit. Good to see you playing. I love that paper laying beneath the baby photo. Perfect fit! Creative Blessings! Kelly #53

glitterandglue said...

Trust you are enjoying the visit to your sister. How wonderful for her - a bungalow adapted to her specific needs. I have to say that our council have been really good in helping us get our bungalow to suit John's needs. They are great.
Good you have been feeling up to getting the photos out - enjoy the layouts.
Take care. God bless.
Margaret #16

Lindart said...

I know how hard it is to get going when your get up has gone, but it's a good thing you listened to yourself! Nothing better than getting back into the thick of things. I hope your sister enjoys her new home! Thanks for sharing - Lindart #54

Diane Futrell said...

I hope your sister likes her new place. Lots going on in your desk. Have fun.
Have a great day.
Diane - WOYWW #32

Sharon said...

What wonderful news for your sister. Have fun on your visit.

I hope your fingers stop hurting enough so you can get the needlecase finished.

Cute pictures. Sometimes a gentle nudge is all we need to get those creative juices going again.

Happy WoYWW
Sharon K #45

Neet said...

Hope both you and your sister like her new home - how exciting for you both.
Sorry to hear you have had painful fingers, hope you manage to carry on with the crafting you always treat us to.
Hugs and Thank You for visiting me earlier - Neet 18 xx

trisha too said...

Have a wonderful visit, what a great thing for your sister, her new home!

And well done, giving yourself a talking to--now take your advice and get with it! ;)

:)trisha
#52 this week

Angela Radford said...

I hope your sister will be happy in her new home, sure she will soon make it her own. Take care with yourself too. Have a great woyww and happy crafting, Angela x 22

Helen said...

Great news about your sister, I hope she'll be very happy in her new home. Sometimes the smallest start spurs us on, hope your layouts kick start your creativity again! helen #1

Julia Dunnit said...

The weather is great, huh, definitely a help! I'm glad that you said it was for a needle case, I was going to point out the folly of such tiny pieces! it looks grand though, it would make a fab (if labour intensive) bed cover! Good that you have made a start, but hey, be kind to yourself, as people keep telling me, if you don't feel like it, don't!

Anne Williams said...

Good news re your sister, the spring weather and being able to do some crafting. Hope you had a lovely time with your sister. Anne x #50

Anne L said...

Belated WOYWW oh my I can not wait to see the needle case once finished and great news about your sisters new place have a fun visiting and a great week. Hugs~Anne L#36

Lunch Lady Jan said...

Well, that's just great news about your sister..I hope she's really happy in her new place! And it's lovely Spring weather for her to move in too :-) It has been beautiful here in Wiltshire too, blue skies and sunshine...hooray!
I like the look of that crazy quilting, what a fab way to use up your scraps. I must have a go soon when I get my sewing mojo back!
Hugs, LLJ 11 xx

Michelle G said...

The patchwork looks lovely and the photos are perfect for a spot of scrapbooking.