How about a Look at my work table. That's always fun. Not much to say about it except I had an enjoyable afternoon playing ART.
Actually, I enjoyed the whole weekend. I'm still working in the zones. Did you know zones can be as small at 2 foot square. Or maybe a large as a sock drawer. Or maybe just one side of the driveway. Or the shape of one hedge.
The day before my husband's accident, he had pledged to clean the garage the following weekend to make room for his new boat. Oh mercy, if you could see our garage! Needless to say, the cleaning didn't happen. But I have a game going with myself. And that is to find one thing in the garage everyday that can be tossed.
Here is the list so far: A humongous cracked garden pot, a pair of (my) rain boots (no good), two heavy duty extension cords that had been cut or burned (by me), a box of left over ceramic tiles, 4 empty plastic one-gallon containers that were brittle and falling apart when touched, two (not empty) five gallon cooking oil (big fish fry) containers, chewed up dog dish, two rusted stadium seats, an empty 409 bottle and one big box of printed papers. I am making progress. Really I am.
Do you like the "window secret" girl? She is demonstrated in the soon to be available, Of Towers and Turrets online class.