Care to join me for a cup of tea? I promise it won’t keep you up all night. It’s Twinings Lemon and Ginger—my favourite quick and easy bagged herbal tea. I love the kick of the ginger. In fact, it’s just as good as the tea I make with real ginger root.
It’s been a few days since I’ve taken time to sit down with my tea. Ever since Thursday, every cup of tea I’ve made has gone cold on my desk. I’ve been working like mad to get things crossed off my to-do list, but nothing is getting finished.
I’m still working on the antique dresser I told you about last week, but it will only be a couple more days before it will be done. The drawers (minus the knobs) only need one more coat of paint, which means, by tomorrow afternoon, I’ll be able to put all the stuff that belongs inside them back in them. They can’t go back in the dresser yet, but at least some of the mess that’s driving me absolutely insane, will be more contained.
I’m also still trying to decorate the foyer for Christmas. I believe it was a week ago Friday that I started it. I’ve only had three 5-10 minute intervals of decorating since then.
I borrowed an e-book from the library two weeks ago—Mrs. Sinclair’s Suitcase. Normally a book that length (about 250 pages) would take me two days to read, but I’m only 60% through it. I’ve got it for one more week, so I really hope I can get my act together and finish it. Maybe tonight? Ugh, I doubt it. It’s getting close to bedtime, and I still have more important things to do.
By the way, if you read yesterday’s blog post, photo #2 was the one I went with in the end. I’ll explain why I chose that one soon. I wanted to update that post and answer your comments today, but that’s another thing that didn’t get done. Hopefully I’ll be able to do that tomorrow. But right now, my tea cup is empty, and I have some (wood) glueing and clamping to take care of.
Thanks for hanging out with me and letting me unload. I’ll try not to be so complain-y next time.