Monday, February 15, 2010

A Time To Play and A Time To Hide




I spent the afternoon playing and hiding. Hubby was replacing the kitchen sink. He hates plumbing. The kids left. The dog and I hid away in my studio. He yells and cusses very loudly. We have all learned to just stay clear. However I have to stay close by just in case he needs a hand. I have lost track of how many trips he has made to Home Depot. Soon I have to pack that room up. It is the only room left with the yucky popcorn ceilings. Everything has to come out so new carpet can go down. The office will have to go in that room. Right now it is in the dining room. The dining room has to be staged as a dining room. I'm hoping I can leave a corner for me to create. I will go crazy if I can't. Especially if the house sits on the market for any length of time.

10 comments:

JWood said...

LOVELY! have you thought about designing purses or clothes with some of those same embellishments?

Maija said...

Your creations are beautiful!!!

Alison Gibbs said...

Becky your creations are just beautiful
Alison

Paris Cowgirl said...

Becky, I feel your pain. The only rooms that arent completely torn up here are the craft room, bedroom, and bathroom! And now everything is inside hiding from the rain. I wonder if your hubby and mine are blazing the same trail to Home Depot? Our truck knows the way all by itself.

carlene federer said...

Dude, sounds sucky! But it'll all be worth it! What's the eta on you getting here? I definitely need a glitter and glue play date lol! and you need to come and meet all the critters!

eclectic archivist said...

your "heart" is amazing!

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Judy said...

Your creations are lovely! Haven't seen you lately??!! Been hiding in your craft room that long? Hope to see you sometime soon, Becky!

cindy said...

well lookit what a beautiful thing you made, while being under stress. :D yeah, we have that here too, lots of trips to HD...I try and be out of the house totally on those days. LOL. Just love what you did gurl!

-c
yapping cat

Tumble Fish Studio said...

I don't envy all of that housework but I do envy the adventure you're about to take to Colorado. How exciting! It's funny that you can create such elegant lovely work with so much chaos going on. Art is the salvation of many of us, huh? Hope your daughter is doing okay with her leg and you are doing well with your family addition (and good for you - what an incredible thing to do to help someone like that). Have a good weekend!