I think I've mentioned my drawer fetish before, well it's still festering along nicely. We have a particular chain of hardware stores here in Oz and I can't go in there of late without coming home with another set of must have drawers for my studio. They see me coming and race around and stick them in the front of the aisles, waiting for me to fall over them. I think if I acquire any more they'll have to hang from the ceiling.
This cute little set were begging me to take them home, pre-packed and waiting. My husband asks, 'where are you going to put them', as we approach the check out, I tell him I know just the spot, wondering the same question all the way home, I walk into my studio and voila, flashing lights and sirens going saying here, here, here. As you can see they're full already.
These were purchased two weeks ago and have pull out drawers similar to the types in old style grocery stores. They're plastic but that has the advantage of them being light, as mine always end up full of something.
This must have set came with a bench top and shelves underneath. The perfect place for the drill station. Speaking of drills, I had another tooth removed last night and I'm 'not happy Jan'. I don't know what's worse, the bruising from all of the injections or the pain from the gaping hole. I don't know how really elderly people cope having teeth extracted when it takes them so much longer to heal. At least I have my art to take my mind off it and Reiki to speed up the healing.
This beautiful Klimt doll and soap arrived from Jacky for my birthday. I love her dolls, they are even more beautiful in the flesh. Jacky had wrapped it in tissue and had used this ribbon that matched perfectly, the fabric, that Judy had given me, in my DJ journal. Jacky also gave me some beautiful hand made soaps and Dot, one of my students at the weekend, gave me a beautifully perfumed candle that matches the soaps. I'm a very lucky lady.
These three pages are from my journal, they are still on going at this stage.