Cee of Cee’s Photography hosts Share Your World, a weekly challenge of three or four questions that dig into who we are individually. Mondays are so special to me since I found this challenge well over a year ago, and this challenge is the largest reason that I look forward each week.
Would you prefer a reading nook or an art, craft, photography studio? Both. I don’t have the room fixed yet (as I am waiting for George’s large shed to arrive) but eventually I will have a front room with a crafts station and a reading nook.
It has been in the planning stages for over a year now. First the shed had to be ordered….done! Then a framework for the futon mattress needs to be built into the existing closet space and shelves added.
After that is done, I can move the two chairs in my front room to the living room (where they actually belong) and I can build my crafts station…complete with filing system for books, stencils, etc and a shelf system that holds six baskets full of materials, sewing accessories, yard, patterns, etc. Across the top of both file and shelf is a long board that i can work on. It will hold my sewing machine and have enough room to lay out cutting fabrics.
Tell how you are feeling today in the form of a weather report. (For example, partly cloudy, sunny with a chance for showers, etc.)
Suze is turning out to be a wonderful day to spend outside. Taking her dogs for a walk or to the park, she will enjoy the fresh warm breezes and clear skies.
And I have no idea if that is what Cee was asking for, but that’s what yer getting.
If you could witness or physically attend any event past, present or future, what would it be? The Constitutional Convention (1787) where I could stick in my own two cents. I’d convince the founding fathers to skip all the flowery language and similes and force them to write everything down in plain language so even the maroons could understand it.
What inspired you or what did you appreciate this past week?
Enid Lights Up The Plains! This year was a celebration of 24 years of the citizens and businesses coming together to celebrate the holiday season. It consisted of live entertainment from a band and singers, carriage rides, a visit from Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus, hot drinks and food from vendors, a lighted parade, and a spectacular fireworks display. I love the way Enid’s people celebrate the holidays and their history.