I found myself thinking . . .
. . . a house in the suburbs—you know the kind with an attached garage—would be kind of nice.
especially when I’ve got a load of these, no kids at home to help and it’s raining.
Then I look out the passenger window and see this and I think, so what’s a little rain?
Then I thought about what my big plans for the evening included and I relaxed even more.
I have yet to get caught-up in Downton Abbey, but fully intend to do so (thanks to the loan of the first two seasons from my friend, Kimberly). I thought I’d pop in a DVD and peruse the new issues of Mingle and Somerset Life.
I was able to achieve part of that plan. I popped-in the DVD and started the first episode (I’m hooked, by-the-by), then remembered I promised Kendall I would get her the information she needs to post some future Artful Origins workshops. So, I left the magazines on the ottoman and picked-up the laptop instead.
I was able to pull-together two workshops and watch two episodes of Downton Abbey. Not quite as I planned, but I was able to check something off of the “to do” list, so sleep came a little easier.
Here’s a sampling of what we will be creating:
This workshop will be on Tuesday, April 2nd at 6:30 a.m.
The other one I pulled together is:
This workshop will be on Sunday, April 30th at 2 p.m. It will be an early Mother’s Day celebration of sorts. So, sign-up with your daughter, your friend or come by yourself—we will have lots of fun and we make these vintage inspired embellishments for a pair of basic flip flops.
For more information on these and other workshops, please visit our blog at Artful Origins.
Thanks, as always, for your indulgence!