Or Why Not At My WorkDesk Wednesday. I've been out all day and the work space has been deserted. So, for what it's worth, here's what my desk looked like last night and what it still looks tonight.
Not much on my desk, then - some lovely freebie papers that came with the latest issue of Scrapbook Magazine, and somewhere I have just the photograph to make an 8"x8" layout out of it, a sheet of white cardstock for the basis of the layout, and the embellishments cut and ready to go. And probably the oddest storage box of them all, the cat food box holding my newest stamps. I usually put stamps away tidily on the shelf but, by doing that, they never get catalogued and it could be some time before they get used. So, I started leaving them on the desk, a constant reminder that I should try them out, but they then were in the way, cluttering up the desk ... what to do? The answer was to put them in something, and the cat food box came to hand ... ideal. Looking at it now, I can see that the box is a candidate for altering - it's just not pretty enough :)
I expect by now, some of you are wondering exactly why I played truant today. Well, DH & I have been out with the family ... or, at least part of it ... my daughter, son-in-law and granddaughter. We've been to Annan, a town in Dumfries & Galloway, in the south-west of Scotland.
Here, my granddaughter, Shari-Ann, is standing beside the River Annan and a noticeboard by the gate that is the start of the 55 mile walk that takes you from Annan to Moffat. Once I've sorted out the other photos taken I'll do a wee post on Annan.
If you are at all curious about what a hundred or so other folks have, or have not, on their workdesk this Wednesday - and they will have all checked in with Julia, the Keeper of the Workdesk Register, then check out her blog, Stamping Ground. It's all good fun.
I'm whacked after my busy day so time for bed for me so that I'll be bright-eyed and bushy-tailed for an early start tomorrow ... I'll be doing a fair bit of desk-hopping to catch up :)
Happy crafting to you all,