Saturday, September 20, 2014

I just want to drink tea, create stuff and take naps!

Hi folks and the weekend is upon us again.  I'm sure the weeks get quicker as the year goes on.
Today I thought I'd share this picture I saw on Pinterest yesterday, why, well, simply because after a busy week in work this sounds like my idea of heaven.

This is a download from Etsy, see here for more information.
One day when I get my craft room tidy and decorated how I'd like it.....maybe even as tidy as this one, I will get some lovely quotes like this to add to my walls.
I love it.
Mind you the likelihood of me getting my craft room even tidy is a tall ask especially in the run up to Christmas.
A girl can dream and wish that a magic pixie will turn up and tidy it for me.  Why?  It's no good me doing it I'm too easily distracted by all the yumminess!
If you craft too, you will understand.  :)

I am hoping to get a little crafting time tomorrow afternoon with some of my like minded pals, looking forwards to it.

For those of you who asked whether I was happy with Friday's result, I am.  It is purely a personal decision, I thought too many questions were not answered, it also means I get to stay in a place I love. Hubby might have had to move with his job.
There has been lots of talk on Facebook from both sides of the fence, happiness, sadness and lots more to boot, one thing I will say, take note politicians in London, this as a wake up call. Nearly half of this country is not happy about how it is run, now is the time to listen and make the changes you have promised.  Regardless of the result I think change will happen and if it doesn't watch out 'cause the people in Scotland are watching!
You have this opportunity to make a difference.

On that note, it only remains for me to wish you all the very best for your weekend.  Catch you with some more crafty fun next week.  x


cuilliesocks said...

Great quote Erika.
I'm pleased that you wont have to move, I know you love where you are, but we have made a difference and that's what counts, hugs Kate x

Jenny L said...

Hi Erika,
what a great plaque, and I love that saying.
Now I have a few plaques around my craft room walls, one was bought me by my Dad, and one was bought for me by a friend that used to attend the over sixties club I used to run, but I would dearly love one of those you have shown, as it just what it's all about.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

Hazel said...

Erika another great plaque. And so right. So glad you won't have to move, you live in a beautiful area. Yes Scotland has set the stage for a better Britain. Now it's time for people to stand up and make sure we get what was promised. Let's hope we find good strong minded ones to get it done. Hazel xx