Thursday, September 26, 2013

Orange you Glad?

HeeeLLLOOOOOooooo!
Wow it's been a while since I've written!  What have you guys been up to?
Me? Oh you know, a little of this, a little of that... Let's see - I got a new job YAY and we moved to the city of Orange... What? The OC?!?  I know, right?!?!  Tina Pasadena is in the OC - WHOOP WHOOP. 

My refrigerator is in the dining room.  Oh, you read that right.  My fat fridge doesn't fit in the allotted space, so it lives in the dining room.  Thereby occupying the space where my craft table should be, and thus giving me this twitch in my eye, because *twitch* everything isn't in its *twitch twitch* proper place.  Deep Breath.  *teeth clenched* It.Will.Be.Fine. 

Since I don't have a crafting table, my larger crafting is on hold.  I WOULD use the coffee table, but SOMEONE got upset that the remote and table have some tiny resin drops on them.  They're NOT that bad STEVEN... ahem... so for the time being I'm crocheting my heart away working on a super secret project. 

I also participated in my first craft fair!


Aren't my assistants handsome?


 


I've also done a few poetry readings and am still working on my book.




AND I've got a few projects to tell you about too, but I'll leave that for the next post.

So, any OC tips for this newbie?


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