I keep trying to get pictures of more than one bluejay. Here are two and here are three…
There are for sure 5 regular bluejays so far a few “mesonges”(I have to find the English word) , one woodpecker and a chipmunk. More wildlife to come as winter starts. Nature and creativity goes together…the simplicities of life.
As for the bay window, it is almost here. I will post it in the next posting because right now there is just a huge hole in the wall letting all the cold air in :(. All the other windows and doors have been changed and I feel like I’m living in a brand new house, light and airy! Just amazing!
Yes, it is October 22nd and it looks like December 22nd. There is quite a bit of snow on the ground. We waited for over an hour with the this window open; do you like the cedar? We may cut it down…or its twin over on the other side…Sheila, does the Scot travel with chainsaw ;)? But it was well worth it:
Not totally finished Bay window
The man is coming back tomorrow to do the finishing. The finishing will be similar to this:
Just so modern! And here is the new door and side window:
And one of the windows in my sewing room:
The house has even more light than ever!
As I was getting ready for the windows I had to declutter so I moved my material which was under a window and put in a shelf in my closet….my sewing room was this way:
I got rid of five garbage bags of stuff….four went to the second-hand shop, and one for garbage. I have a lot more to go but I made decisions and just stormed ahead. My sewing room is looking less cluttered though and I’m finding a place for everything. I don’t know about any of you who read my blog, but my problem is, that if I don’t see what I have I don’t use it. How do we organize so that it doesn’t look cluttered! I use baskets and then forget what is in the baskets :(.
In the midst of sorting I found a bag of these:
Some have colours and some have numbers and here is what was in the envelopes:
There are two kinds, Patons Beehive Tapestry Wool and Orchidee brand. What a nice little find. I vaguely remember where they come from, dumpster diving days :)…long story.