I am being organised again and getting this typed up on Tuesday night, as I have a vet coming early tomorrow morning (9 am, which is early for me!) to start the treatment on Doris the Donkey for her sarcoid. A nervous time, as if this particular treatment doesn't work, then there may be no other option. Please think of us and lets hope that crafty positive thinking can help.
My desk will be the same for most of tomorrow I expect. Firstly, under the rocks wrapped in plastic bags (the cheapest way I could think of getting some weights - the rocks are from an old wall in the farmyard, so I decided that plastic would be best to keep everything clean) is my final pages for the journal I started doing projects for in August. I am using the glue technique to bind them together, and then I will put a cover/spine on.
My Derwent Inktense Blocks and plastic box of assorted pens are out for when I find the time to continue with an online class. I don't normally buy craft magazines any more, but the latest edition of Making Cards had some cute free papers including dog/cat toppers, so I couldn't resist! It also has a useful star embossing folder - and small enough to fit in my tiny embossing machine. Next to that you can just see a bag of Magic Reindeer Food from Tesco. I am planning to make cards for my granddaughters and youngest niece/nephew that includes some of this to scatter in their gardens.
It has been incredibly busy on the farm - with TB testing this week, plus lots of moving groups of livestock around to different fields - and we start to 'dry off' the milking cows tomorrow, so then we will have them in sheds on the yard until they calve in February. What with worrying about Doris and cleaning the stables out in case she needs a more sterile environment than their current cattle shed, I haven't had much time or brain energy to do much crafting. I did make a birthday card for my aunt in America, but forgot to take a photo of it!
Happy WOYWW to all those that I do not manage to visit this week. It is a F1 weekend (Brazil), so might be able to catch up on Saturday.