That’s in a sea of good intentions… I’ve kept this, collected that and now it’s fairly evident I will not be needing the hundreds of wooden spools I have saved. I won’t have time to use even a small percentage of the vintage lace and fabric I have held onto for all those projects I will get to, someday…
Why would I need dozens of packages of sewing needles???
How many paperclips will I ever be able to use?? Thankfully I have 2 boxes of random wire… If there is ever a shortage of straight pins, come on by, I have enough to supply the nation.
Let’s not talk about sheet music, old books and anything else I, or possibly even someone I know, might someday need.
It’s all fun and games until time to get the shop in order for the Christmas Show! Thankfully I have my head above water now and I’m on my way.
Lucky for me Sam is a big help decorating… I told him to be sure and get some ornaments on the inside of the tree, not just on the outside. Seems he was actually listening. He took it upon himself to hang the ornament on the wall, when I said not to put it on the tree. I need to make a note to myself to turn it around.
It just doesn’t look right “yoj”…
This is what was behind the coat rack, that I never intended to move, so I left it on the wall the last time I painted…
As I said before, “Help, I’m drowning!”
Or is the saying,
“The road to Hell, is paved with good intentions?
Only 14 days, but who’s panicked??