It all starts off with many, many brain thinkings.
As you can see, I look exactly like Cate Blanchett when I’m thinking.
AND THEN THE JOY OF CREATING !!!!
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THEN WAY, WAY TOO MUCH EXCITEMENT.
I tell Husband who’s always up for my crazy-roller-coaster home-disruptive project. (I know, right? Husband does look exactly like Bono!)
Son also is excited for Mom!
Before I start any project, I do every single step in my head before I do any of it. EVERY. SINGLE. STEP.
ASSEMBLE ALL THE THINGS I’LL NEED FOR THE PROJECT:
AND THEN I DO IT !!
I work furiously…
Then I’ll sit a
quite a long while for a bit…
And I might find time to play..
And then I’ll
sit lie down sometimes for days, weeks a bit…
Then begin working furiously again, stopping to point at things and saying things like “oooo” and “ahhh” and “oh sh*t!” Sweating and cussing in my
sailor mouth classy, sweet way.
I USED TO WONDER WHY I HAD SO MUCH TROUBLE FINISHING PROJECTS. I THOUGHT, “MAYBE IT’S BECAUSE I’D BE SAD THAT THE PROJECT IS OVER”. (*feeds pigeons ..one crumb for you…one big, big bite for me.*)
AND THEN I’D WONDER “MAYBE IT’S BECAUSE I’D BE UNHAPPY WITH THE RESULT?” (“I see bad drapery.”)
PROBABLY BOTH, TRUTH BE TOLD. #true!
I might feel stoic for quite a while .. contemplating if I’ll show it to anyone (I look exactly like this when I’m stoic. I do too. No, YOU shut up.)
But there are times that I am happy with what I’ve done. Just as happy as our friend, Leo here.
AND often as happy as our Channel 4 News team.
But sometimes…….As is usual with me, there are some rooms I’ll never let you see until I feel they should be seen.
D, lovingly changing the