... on SO many counts.
Now, this second photo is what my craftroom looks like if I peer through the window to take the photo. Seriously. If I tried to take this picture from my desk you'd see shelves one through three and that's it. I told you guys it was cosy in there! Shelving to the left is generally for office type stuff (cos that shelving unit is behind the office desk, rocket science, eh? LOL ) and the other one is craft stuff. And music. Because, believe it or not, lurking BEHIND those shelves is my piano and music stand and assorted other instruments (tambourines, recorders, flute, drum, guitar....). We believe in really making a room WORK for its supper.
For more such desks and rooms, go and peruse the blog of the great Ms Dunnit for more info!
Other events this week have included me applying for and sending off the paperwork to start my English A Level. I have three already (Biology, French and Art) but I want to "change my stars" as is said in A Knight's Tale, and this is where I am going to begin. Well, no, that's not strictly true. I started changing them back in February but you'll have to go and find this post to understand. And subsequent ones too.
We also went to the Corsley show and marvelled at a) how few entries there were to some of the competitions, and b) how many competitions we could collectively win if we could be bothered to enter. Photography looks like being a good one next year for starters...hehehehehe. Mr B's eldest girl (and it's very complicated so I won't explain) came to stay. We bought a Wii. Mr B bought clothes for school - for himself. It's amazing how teachers go through the knees of their trousers. And ruin ties. It was an expensive weekend *cringe*.
Anyways, I'm off for a blog hop - catch you around!!!