Friday, December 12, 2008

Work Space

With all the craziness of the holiday rush and the mad dash to finish my crochet projects I haven't worked on any new jewelry this week. I thought I would post this photo my hubby snapped of my work area. Are you wondering where the beads are? Don't worry...the boxes are next to me, out of site, boxes upon boxes of them.
Happy Friday!

6 comments:

boo said...

Oh, you have so much more discipline than I! Your work area looks all neat and tidy. Mine is always overflowing with layer upon layer of forgotten bits and pieces of projects past and future. Could I have made that sentence any harder to read? *snicker* I can't wait to see the next piece.

Betty BeadBug said...

It isn't so much that I have more discipline as I have so little space. I have to keep it that way as it has to be mobile. Then I can work where ever I can find room. I am going to try and do some more this weekend. Depends on what family projects we get done tonight and how much crocheting I have yet to finish. I could read and understand that sentence perfectly...maybe it is because we can both be verbose. snicker, snicker.

boo said...

Ahhh, but it still takes discipline to maintain! Don't sell yourself short, honey. It doesn't seem to matter how much space I have, I still manage to create a towering mess. I don't think I have the manual dexterity to bead and crochet the way you do, and I'm too impatient. Then again, I seem to remember a lesson in my youth about idle hands... maybe that's what my trouble is! At any rate, I'm glad you had no problem with my overworked and overwritten sentence structure. I value loquaciousness, and am quite tired of the ubiquitous, "Heh, heh... cool." that is the standard response of the interwebs.

Betty BeadBug said...

Amen sister...talk people! :-) Not judging by any means but it is refreshing, isn't it?

Clay Perry said...

wow.. thats some damn fine photography there...

Perfectly Twisted said...

oh how cool is that 'lap bench'! I love it and now I have to have one. Like I need more 'stuff' to add to my 'stuff', but my 'stuff' needs better stuff management and you are such a great example of that. Not to mention I adore your creativity.