Life has just taken over, and crafting/personal blogging has not been top of my To Do List.
I have been missing you all (and missing meeting lots of new WOYWWers I bet?) and spent a happy hour last night reading through lots of my old blog posts. So much has happened in the past 3 years, but a lot has stayed the same (my health for one - I have not had a miraculous recovery yet!).
If you would like to join in with this global blog hop, go to Julia's site Stamping Ground for more details and a linky thing.
Writing a business website and blog is all about keywords, SEO scores, short sentences and selling my products. It is fantastic to be here and just write what comes out of my fingers.
I have not been doing much crafting and my sewing machine has not been turned on since I finished my dachshund cushion. I really must change that. We are grandparents twice over now - and I have so many photos that I want to use for scrapbooking etc. Selling Tarot readings and worrying about growing an email list will have to take a backstep occasionally !!
Right - what part of my craft room/office/Tarot reading space can I show you? Note it is not just a craft room now. I even find myself saying that I am going to my office now. I sorted out some of my crafty stash into proper storage boxes and here it is.
Just some of my CD-Roms and Digikits (there are more in one of the old wardrobes).
I bet lots of you would like to rummage through that!
My paper/card storage - even got my A3 properly sorted (as hubby bought me the fab A3 printer last year). The sheep is from one of my new favourite shops, Tiger. There is one in Carmarthen, which is a town we don't go to often now - and I always have to have a stroll round.
Well, I had better publish this now and then sort out the washing. Hubby is away in Ireland on a business trip, I want to get into town later to buy more guinea pig food (I gave in last month and acquired 4 lovely girlies) and I do actually have to do some 'proper' (ie paid) work. I have 2 Tarot readings to do and a book review.
Will get round some blogs later.
Lovely to be back.