It's nearly Wednesday, freezing in my world, and I'm linking to the Queen of Deskers herself, Julia Dunnit at Stamping Ground. A bit photo heavy, not like Julia prefers it, but
I'll start with
the obligatory rocking horses that I decided to leave in place,
rather than taking them down and bringing them to my desk. Did I not mention how cold it is here?
Now let's head to my craft table, where it's no warmer, either. Several disparate bits of art fodder have found their way there to be dealt with.
This 1964 Consumer's Reports found its way into my life, and I'm so glad I found it.
As I was taking the trash out this morning, I found this beautiful leaf, which I'm going to press as soon as you leave.
And the final thing on my table today are the remains of green tea minus the tea bags I am using for an experiment in the basement studio where it's actually warm. Nearly out of camera range in the background, WOYWWendy is jumping for joy that she doesn't have to fish those papers out of the cold tea.
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