Except it's not that scary, really. Welcome to WOYWW, the global phenomenon started by our marvellous Mrs Dunnit. The lady who has single-handedly brightened our "over-the-hump" day by giving us a glimpse into the chaos that our fellow crafters live in. At least this way we don't feel alone, and we have our own little support group, eh? Hehehehe.
Not that my space is chaos. No siree. I'm still basking in the glow of the "just moved in and got it tidy" feeling. That, and a lack of time this week to do much other than lay out the remains of a Mill Hill Charmed Stocking that I'm trying to finish before Christmas this year (seeing as I started it before Christmas last year. Whoops!) so it will make it onto the tree in time. LOL. We live in hope. One bright note though is that I emailed Mill Hill when I discovered they'd not provided enough of one type of bead - and they duly supplied me with plenty along with a profuse apology. Go Mill Hill!
There's also not a lot of point in doing anything else as we have another crop this weekend. Yay!.
So, here's my desk....
Other highlights this week include being the prompt for a play our new AmDram/Panto society were doing, auditioning for the next panto (that was an experience and a half) and in amongst that attending a children's halloween party at Mr Hat's house as well as sending
the brat Lil Miss B (she's not really a brat but I bet it made you smile) out trick-or-treating. As you can see, she likes to stand out in a crowd.... I don't think I need to point out which one she is, eh?
Well, hopefully I'll get round a few more of you this week than last - this week we have no visitors, no rehearsals, no Halloween..... hang on, how many days did you say it was till Christmas...........................???????