This one didn't photograph very well : ( it doesn't really look that blotchy
I absolutely love this scarf...
...craft storage area!
A bin (mostly for height, I can't really easily access it), a few sets of drawers, a tray (yep, the project I talked about here, that I never finished), a bulletin board, a small flower pot (just emptied because the plant died) and a few random paintings I made, but never had anywhere to hang.
In addition, a bag I purchased and never used and a few organizers from my luggage. Because lets face it...I can't afford to go anywhere, so you know they'll never be used!
All that = the best poor (wo)man's craft "room" ever! I LOOOOVE it! It makes doing things so much easier! My craft table is about 5 feet from here in the living room, so it's perfect!
P.S....I decided, after my struggle with the modge podge and the tray didn't work out, to just double stick tape some paper onto the bottom for now. Haha.
P.P.S....I would also like to add, that this is not a fire hazard or anything! The doorway is wide open so exiting is possible. The bins/drawers only overhang on the door a few inches and are not in the way at all : )
This is my *updated* menu for the next 14 days...
Monday- 6 glasses of lemonade mixture and water
Tuesday- 6 glasses of lemonade mixture and water
Wednesday- 6 glasses of lemonade mixture and water
Thursday- ALC from The Grill : ) haha
Friday- Whatever I want
Saturday-Whatever I want
Sunday- Whatever I want
Monday- Whatever I want
Tuesday- Whatever I want
Wednesday- Whatever I want
Thursday- Whatever I want
Friday- Whatever I want
Saturday- Whatever I want
Sunday- Whatever I want! : )
So I caved...on the 5th day of no food, I caved. I'm disappointed. Wasn't hungry, just wanted it. Owell, guess it's not meant to be!
*photo from www.usatoday.com
There I was...
Nice soft bed.
Roof over my head.
Midnight snack available, if I wanted.
Glass of water next to me.
I knew my friends and family were safe.
I am so blessed.
Anything I could have to complain about is nothing compared to what those in Haiti are going through. I can't even imagine what it would be like to go through their suffering. Not knowing if your loved ones are safe, no food, no water, no place to call home anymore...
*photo from www.dailymail.co.uk
I wish I had some sort of skills that could help them, but I'm afraid I don't. All I can do is try to get the word out there on how to help.
Here are a few different websites where you can donate to help Haiti:
Please, take the time to check them out and donate!
(This is the honey and water heating up to temp)
I am so excited for it to be ready to drink : )
We went to the store today and bought white grape juice to add to the mead to give it more body. We also picked up stuff to make a rhubarb wine and another batch of beer...we've got some brewing in the basement already!
BAM! Easy peasy coasters!
They're actually a magenta and teal...the magenta was a little camera shy I guess.
I got this Scentsy warmer from Bob's mom for Christmas and I LOVE it! It warms the wax up with a light bulb instead of a candle...less risk of fire! : ) There are many different styles of warmers and even ones you can decorate yourself!
They have so many different kinds of scent it's amazing! From their Bakery collection to their Romance collection to their Scentsy Man collection...yum!
The front two are actual Scentsy products, but shhh....don't tell I actually found a few at Walmart today that are the same idea. So, I thought I'd check them out! I thought it was kind of funny that on the front of the package they even say "Not a Scentsy product"
This is the day I have marked as the day I'm going to start the Master Cleanse again. I WILL finish this time : )
I have started collecting motivational quotes to write one on our white board everyday to help me keep on track this time!