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Thursday, May 12, 2016

Trying Out the Workroom...

I decided to try out the clean workroom with Apple TV this morning. 

So did the Terrible Two.  Zar has a bed to repair and re-rope... He can't manage something that size in his wood shop. 

He needed my jig and magnets to manage it. 

Tessie claims to be helping by holding down the side rail with her feet... I kind of doubt that it is making a difference... She just wanted a place to be lazy.

I got a bit further on the bracelet... I am getting a bit faster as I go.  But then I spilled all of the beads. It is going to take a while to separate the eight different colors again...

I am thinking that maybe I should do something else for a while...  Maybe minis are a better idea in the long run.

Kota did his part.  He lounged on his second favorite chair. Mine is his favorite.  No... I don't move for the cat!

He settled for a good scratching behind his ears.

Tessie has him almost dozing off. 

Maybe, if she keeps scratching, I will get some work done today!

I have to get back in there before Kota wakes up and grabs my chair.  Back to work.

See you tomorrow.


Giac said...

Hello Casey,
The bracelet is really lovely. It is a great pattern. I envy Tessie...when I look for a place to be lazy it seems I can never find one. Oh well! More power to her!
Big hug

Caseymini said...

I'm with you Giac. When I grow up, I want to be just like Tessie. I wish I could get away with half of the stuff that she does!

mcddiss said...

veo que esos dos siguen igual que siempre , esta pulsera me gusta mucho ,es un gran contratiempo lo de las perlas mezcladas , tomate lo de tener que separarlas de nuevo como otra distraccion



elizabeth s said...

You Amaze me with the variety of the things that you can do! I love your little loom but I feel you pain regarding knocking over all of those tiny beads and having now to retrieve them- that is where the "work" comes into play! :(

Caseymini said...

Mari and Elizabeth, I will just scoop up the beads and make bead soup. Sometimes it is fun to just work with random beads. And it is much easier than sorting them one by one! Luckily, I have more of each kind.