I Really Love Thursday #34

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  1. Crap???? It’s just showing your free-flowing creative side! An artist has to be able to let her inner creative side come out. I like to be organized too but you just gotta let yourself go sometimes. 😊🤩

  2. paintedthread says:

    All of these are wonderful likes. And congrats on hitting 1000!

  3. Jocelyn Thurston says:

    Congrats on those likes! You two are a winning duo and having the cutest nephew must count too.
    I keep a number of those storage units in our main closet…they hold so much and help lots with organization. Cheap and cheerful and in this case also useful.
    I cross stitch-in fact now with better lighting I will be getting out my piece from last year.
    Oh, planting and thinking about planting is such fun.

  4. Colette says:

    I have a plethora of those carts in different sized I must be a huge mess. Dominick is so cute. I agree the plants, waiting until after Memorial Day, that is what my hubby used to say.

  5. Helen G says:

    There is no link with Let’s Bee Social. Or it isn’t working. enjoy your posts. And the linky arty as well. Helen

  6. chrisknits says:

    I have 4 smaller carts with various sized drawers. And a double wide rolling cart with 3 big drawers. That’s just for fabric. We won’t go into the yarn storage!!!

  7. I love that you have gotten all those likes, but it’s no surprise because your posts are always so fun and positive! Do you still do cross-stitch? That was my first crafty activity, but I haven’t done any in a long time and have been wanting to take it up again recently. I always enjoy your photos of Dominic, and that one is cute as can be!

  8. lapaylor says:

    I can hardly wait to have a place to plant a tomato and a pepper plant! I feel each new rolling cart will turn the tide and I’ll finally know where everything is. Ha. Bwaahahahaha

  9. sandradny says:

    Hurray for 1,000 likes! More baby pics, please!

  10. Yay on the 1000 likes! No surprise there for me. I enjoy reading these posts; you encourage me to think about what I love. Sue is continuing her cheeky behavior. I like that! Hahaha. As for the cross stitch picture, you two may not paint, per se, but you do create with fabric. So in the photo, you two are really working on quilts as I see it. I haven’t even bought plants yet; it’s so late it feels really strange. I may go get some today, if I can just convince my elves outdoors to do all the planting (not my thing).

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