Feeling a little creative, I made some prayer journals for each member of our little group. We're up to 5 now, since my sister decided to join.
Here's the first one
Next is my mom's
The other "D" in our group
And my sister's
I may start out tidy and organized, but the messier my desk gets, the more creative I become. I'm not sure how or why that is, but it's just the reality of my life. Creativity is not a neat and tidy process, folks.
There's a lot going on here. I could probably do an "I Spy" page based upon this chaos, but I won't. Instead I'll just bore you with a long list.
- There's the portable DVD player currently showing the first session of Daniel
- Which is sitting atop the basket
- Which contains homeschool supplies
- Which is blocking the view of a vintage Mickey Mouse phone
- Which is next to a stack of mostly homeschool supplies (I also plan at this desk)
- Which is next to a dictionary
- Which is next to the homeschool magazines
- Which is next to some more homeschool books
- Which is next to the index cards
- Which are behind an assortment of stamping, collage-type supplies
- Which are marginally under the earbuds with which I was listening to the Daniel DVD
- Which are next to the Dr Pepper
- Which is next to the new Eps*n PictureM*te Deluxe printer that I got on clearance at Staples for $29.50 (regularly about $100)
Whew! And did you notice? There's actually a teeny little amount of desk space whereupon I could create? And that I used a bulleted list in my post? First time ever. Put the code all by myself.
And last, but certainly not least, it's ME. With my handy dandy, nifty neato
I was recently reading someone's blog who gives tips and hints about how to blog and how to be a good blogger. I think I have become the example of what NOT to do. She said not to write a lot. Not to write long paragraphs. That reading on the screen is awkward and . . . something else. Oh well. If you made it all the way to the end, I applaud you. If you didn't, I won't know anyway.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend.