Have you noticed how the weather seems to be changing? Gettin' kinda' chilly? Seems Ol' Man Winter is waitin' in the sidelines, jus' so's we get to experience another one 'uh those lovely seasonal thingys. Personally, although Winter is my favorite time of the year, I was okay with havin' really awesome weather, ya' know? I mean, the 50 an' 60 degree days were actually workin' in with alla' the different things I wanted to accomplish.
We went to see summa' our kids an' brought back a whole lotta' shelves an' furniture an' stuff they were gettin' rid of an' I am so thrilled. See, with alla' those shelves an' such, I'm gonna' actually be able to have an absolutely AMAZING crafting area in the garage. I can hardly wait. 'Course, if there's snow an cold an' alla' that other fun stuff, I might not be as willing to go out an' actually USE my new crafting area. Somethin' tells me that I'm gonna' be very willing to stay indoors an' hold the fort down. Besides, if we're warming the house, it seems silly for me to let alla' that warmth jus' sit inside, all alone. Right? There's nuthin' quite so lonely as an empty office that's all warmed up an' left on it's own. No, I think I'm gonna' needa' stay inside an' keep the warm air company. Sounds reasonable, don'tcha' think? LOL
So, do any of you have some great suggestions for how best to arrange my, mostly shelves, craft area? I have a clean slate, here an' I'd like to make it awesome. Aside from the fact that it's gonna' be cold out there (I can actually live with that, I think), I'm hoping to have a little corner of the world that is mine. Oh, yeah; an' my good hubby-buddy says you shouln't even bother suggesting I get rid of any of HIS stuff. Silly b-u-o-y. Any ideas for makin' it workable would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, heaps.
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I love to create word puzzles and I love being home. If 'Home Is Where I Hang My Hat,' then all I have to do now is find my hat 'cause I know I hung it somewhere around here. A hat and a home; that's all I apparently need to be as happy as a lark. Since I don't know quite what the sound is that a lark makes, then I will just have to whistle a happy, 'Larky' tune.