A conversation, "I didn't tell you I came home half dead! I walked into town yesterday." Me, "I figured you went someplace, your house key was on the sofa." The Professor, "It was? You think you are SO smart!" Me, "Well you ARE incorrect...I know I am smart." Yes, I know that there is a learning curve for the Professor, I do, but let's face it my dear readers, it doesn't take a genius to lay in food crumbs on the sofa and know he has been eating while sitting on it.
So the picture is of my shame, my bookcases filled with stash which sits in the computer room, soon to be happy room. Now if this was the only bit of stash pile, you might say that it would take me a jiff to organize, but I have a closet, a couple of brown paper bags, an ironing board, a computer desk and a top of a sewing machine cabinet full of more stash. Oh yes and two plastic bags full of needlework fabric on the book case. Is it no wonder I can't find anything I purchased?
Just sharing a couple of Thrift Shop finds that the Professor stumbled across and couldn't live without and now festoon our home. Can anyone spell, 1970? Okay, they are rather cute.
I also came home to this on the wall of the kitchen. Yes the Professor found it in a closet and hung it up. Yes it is a Patricia Andrle design that took me a year to stitch and I love it except for the frame I chose and a mistake that I thought I could live with and went ahead and had it framed and realized I couldn't stand the sight of the mistake.
Here are a series of photos that my best friend Bodacious Bev and I had taken at our Employee Appreciation Dinner. I sort of like them.