Not my normal desk this week, but it is where I am working at the moment, so that is my excuse.
I can't really show you a lot either as what I am working on will not be going public until the WOYWW anniversary.
All you can see is the things I was working with. There is some spray adhesive, a box that once held Carte Noire and now is the pot to catch gilding flakes, Archival ink, Perfect Pearls, some small pieces of card and a bag of ATC envelopes from Clarity, a paint brush, scissors and a blade. There are also a couple of Clarity stamps. That is all the information I am giving you.
Those of you who follow me on Facebook will know why I have been missing from the blog scene. Life has been fairly hectic, which is not abnormal these days. I went away in the caravan over Easter, for the first time on my own. Things went reasonably well and I was very grateful to Tattered Rocks Debbie and her husband, who came over to give me help to set up and also to hitch up to come home, and I was very grateful for that help.
Since then, I cannot find the charger for my camera batteries. Unfortunately, all three of the cameras I now own have flat batteries (although I did get enough to do today's pictures - just). Two of the cameras use the same charger which is not helpful. I have also managed to lose two packs of acrylic paints. Maybe they are with the battery chargers. Tomorrow, a major search is in order, I reckon for both lots of stuff. I have ordered some more, because I know they will not be wasted, but they may not arrive before I go away again.
The other thing that has kept me busy is doing a course last weekend with the Caravan Club on how to handle my caravan, including reversing. I have towed for 38 years but never reversed even one inch, so I thought it might be a good idea to come to grips with the principles, even though I have a motor mover fitted. I did learn a lot, and the instructors were very good at bringing the mystique of reversing down to very simple levels that we could all understand. I was fascinated to notice that the women on the course were better than the men at reversing. I think the men were a little over confident and tried to do it at speed. The ladies, on the other hand, listened carefully and took everything very slowly and got it right.