I built a dresser (pre-Covid-19). Well, the hubs and I built the dresser. Basically, I started it. I did the body, he came in halfway, said “I want to help”, then built all the drawers cause he’s awesome like that.
It’s like legos for adults.
After many hours we got it finished! Huzzah! All is right with the world!
It is now in its proper place in my craft room! See how nice it looks with my pegboard.
Why yes, I do have a ribbon habit.
I’m really happy with how much storage this dresser has in it. Right now I have one drawer empty. I’m assuming that will get filled up with fabric. Or, quite possibly, I just need to go through my fabric collection and donate what I never plan on using so that other drawers are freed up.
And with that, my craft room is mostly done! I say mostly because whose craft room is ever actually finished. I am patiently awaiting the day I want to add more stuff. It’ll happen. Just you wait and see.
Well, I didn’t see this one coming.
You know that trip I mentioned in my last post? The hubs and I were saving to go to New Zealand next year.
I say “were” because the hubby totally flipped the script on me and suggested we go to Disney instead!!!
For some reason I am way more excited to go to Disney than I was to go to New Zealand! Go figure.
Naturally, I have been in planning mode since I calmly, and quietly (squealed at the top of my lungs) agreed to this. I mean, we have a full year and some months before we are going to go, so I have some time to plan. Not that much time if my research is correct, but time none the less.
Squee! I have much excite!
A question was posed to me the other day.
If you could write a book, what would it be about?
I talked this over with my husband like the rational people that we are. I said vampires because I had been watching Discovery of Witches on Sundance/Now and it was fresh in my mind.
Then I said wyverns and dragons.
Then he said Vampire Dragons, because why not Vampire Dragons.
Me: Vampire Dragons?
Hubs: Yes, they would bite people and they would turn into more vampire dragons.
Me: So were-dragons?
Hubs: No. They would exchange blood! Humans would sprout wings and be vampires!
Me: But vampires only turn their own species. They eat other species all the time.
I took his exclamation to mean that I won. It wasn’t a contest, but I still won.
And that’s how it should be.