Nothing in my Mailbox, nothing, well no books, (I did receive a lovely thoughtful gift from a dear friend, and I'd love to share the photo if I could just get my scanner/camera to work, and now I've decided Ms. Jenny deserves a separate post, as soon as I can stop crying over her thoughtfulness) so today's task is to varnish this box, I've had it sitting out for some time, (painted a little more than you see in the above shot) and deciding weather I liked it or not, so when my eldest son came home for Christmas, he decided I needed to change a little, and I agreed, so that's it for this week's "task".
"Task", I suck at New Years resolutions so I thought if I just take one "task" at a time I may be more successful. Like I have a gazzillion unfinished projects, just because I like the process of deciding if I like it or not, I'm going to make up my mind one piece at a time, and then finish it. I won't ask my son for his opinion each time, he's too much trouble and very expensive, and |I have to feed him when he comes home,and he's a fussy eater, and usually other mother stuff too, I won't have the energy to complete the task if I ask him each time, so just on the important pieces, and then we can celebrate our decisions with his "special" diet.
As most of you who read my blog know, I'm a sucker for challenges, I came across this one at the Canadian Bookworm and am linking back to the original creator, Melwyck I love books written in letter format and will be joining this along with combining it with a personal Reading off my Shelf challenge. Wish me luck, heck join me...here
Postal Reading Challenge: Sign Up Post
It's a New Year! And I(not me) couldn't resist creating a new challenge of my own, which came to me as I was making my resolutions. I am trying to get back into the habit of sending regular snail mail letters -- which reminded me of how much I love reading about letter writing and enjoying epistolary fiction.
So, I(not me) created the
Postal Reading Challenge