Wednesday, 23 March 2022



Wednesday again, so I am linking to the Stamping Ground

Follow the link to find out more about What's on Your Work Desk Wednesday and maybe join in... This is my post for WOYWW #668

So what's on my workdesk?

Remember last week I mentioned I had a new printer (which is going well by the way) and I needed to reorganise? Well I started, but generally made rather a mess of all and sundry. This area is about the tidiest - on the top shelf you can see all the things I intend doing at some stage...

It didn't help that we popped over to son Matty's for the weekend - mind you that was fun...

And we did discover we have plaster in the house...

As a consequence I have not really done very much crafting this week - only several things for design teams but they are not to be published yet.

And then yesterday Kevin set off for work in Egypt. This project has been in the planning stages for 2 years but has been continually been put back because of Covid. 

I woke up this morning to find two branches had blown off a tree in the garden. Typical when he isn't here! Fortunately my son Tom and Clare came round to help!

It seems pretty quiet in the house - but I haven't really had time to think about it today - I started of with physio, then went for a blood test, then a haircut, then my nails done - and called in to sort out our market stall at one stage.

Happy WOYWW!


  1. Your messy desk made me smile, there’s a lot going on there but you really will appreciate it when everything is sorted and back in its proper place, all nice and tidy! Woohoo to the new house having plaster, that’s properly coming along isn’t it? Loved the pic of you on the boat!
    Hugs LLJ 4 xxx

  2. Afternoon Susan. What a week!!! Busy, or what?! Looks like lots is happening for you both, though - so the mess(?) on the desk is perfectly understandable and excusable. The house is getting there, fun was had on the boat, hubby is now hopefully safely working on his project in Egypt. Phew - makes me tired just reading it all.
    Take care. God bless.
    Margaret #12

  3. sounds like you're keeping busy even though hubby isn't there. Our visits to Egypt were a great experience though I'm sure working there is much different. lots of us seem to be having a sort out at the moment. Wishing you a very happy and creative (when you get the chance) woyww, Angela x13x

  4. At least the top shelf is tidy Susan and I am sure the rest will be just as organised soon. Hope the falling branches didn't damage anything and that Kevin's work in Egypt goes well. Stay safe and Happy WOYWW. Sarah #3

  5. At least you started to sort out! the house is looking good, I bet you can't wait! shame about the branches, hope nothing was damaged. Take care and have a good week Helen #2

  6. Oh dear about the branches! Typical of it to happen when you on your own, great of the children to come round. Have a great week. Angela #7

  7. Your desk is fun. Love your marker storage. Egypt? How long will he be gone? Happy WOYWW! #23

  8. Hi Susan - you sound busy! I sent off the last of my 5 badges to Neet and I have no kilt pins left otherwise I would happily send one to Australia. xx Jo aka Twiglet.

  9. Hellooo Susan, I look forward to seeing Charlie and Rosie 😉 loving the photos, looks like you had a grand time! Hope your husband is back with you before too long ... it's always the same when they go away ... something always happens. Glad you had family to help you out 💕 you're home is coming along beautifully, exciting it is. Hope all is well with your blood test. Sending love and hugs Tracy #20 xxx


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