Change In Which We Can BelieveDoes Barack not understand the concept of proper grammar? Ending a sentence with a preposition is behavior up with which I will not put.
Taxes are finally complete, and the lower floor of our townhouse is now finished and looks great. I have a fully functioning craft area.
Nico seems to approve. He enjoys playing hide and seek among the various bookcase cubes.
Now all I have to do is make it through a week of ugly traveling this week, and some items associated with the Men's Spring Knitting Retreat and I'll have made it through most of the crazy time.
I ran into a snag on the Ichida lace project which may take a little work to fix. Since I will have to devote a little bit lace-only time to this project, it sat and stewed for a few days with no progress.
I did get quite a bit done on the secret project and I should be able to finish it this coming weekend. Soon, I'll be able to divulge details.
Torknittoh asks, "How was ordering from IKEA? How would you rate the product/experience?"
Overall, our experience was quite good. They have very nice products for incredibly inexpensive prices. Thaddeus and I were able to shop on-line for all the stuff we bought, get it in my little Honda Accord and assemble it all. The assembly instructions can be somewhat cryptic and they need to be followed exactly, else it could be disastrous. Their web site isn't overly easy to navigate, but it has a boatload of information. We went to two Ikeas, both in the Philadelphia area. The Conshohoken one had much friendlier help than the South Philadelphia.
Regarding my new craft area, Marilyn writes, "At least you finally have a suitable space for your Weavette."
Excuse me...that's Weavettes. And, yes, I do.