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I know the feeling. There just doesn't seem to be enough time in the day to clean and make art. Making art usually wins :)I hope all goes well with your doggie's operation.Hugs!
Wow! What a difference 2 hours makes, lol!
Well it looks good enough for the magazine now ;)Best wishes for peanut's operation.Micki x
First, I'm so glad for the news about Peanut - phew!Second, are you going to be able to find anything now that everything is put away?Pat yourself on the back - you did a fabulous job! Can you come clean up my mess?
Can I hire you? You have way too much energy to waste it!!!
Okay Julie, you win!!! You also cleaned yours up better than I did! Hope Peanut feels much better after her surgery. Take care.
Ditto that. :)
Julie your space is FABULOUS! What a lucky gal. I hate cleaning mine to! I like things within arms reach and boy oh boy that has truly become impossible! I HAVE TO MANY THINGS to create with!Oh well such is the life of the artist:)XXXXBecky
Oh my, that studio looks just a little bit too clean...but I bet not for very long! :) If you go to my blog, there's a little award waiting for you! :)
I'm so glad that Peanut will be okay! I know you will be glad when the surgery is over and when she's recovered. That's really great news.Your studio looks great! Take care and virtual hugs to Peanut!
Julie, glad to hear the good news about peanut! Doesn't it feel great when everything is so clean and organized, it's like your mind gets organized with it!
Had I read your blog sooner I would have won hands down with the messiest studio! I am trying my very best to not be such a pig ever again- there's no creative flow working in a sty!!!
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