I am over the massive amounts of cookbooks (especially since I go to the internet for most things). So now I am going through all of my recipe books and see if there is anything that I just have to cook (so not in the house maker mood). Here is my first destash. I will be making it available for free local pickup as soon as I am done.
Well I was curious what that is so I googled it (google is my friend). Apparently there is a name for the unorganized planner (me, me, and I). Its a bullet journal!! I was super excited because all these years I have felt like a total failure. I buy the fancy calendar planners with all the cute tabs and sections and by February it is an expensive coaster or I am writing on pages in October. Ultimately I would revert back to uaing my Dollar Tree notepad (or now known as my bullet journal). I know it is something small but I found so much joy in learning about the bullet journal, I had to share. Failure no more.
Check out this item in my Etsy shop https://www.etsy.com/listing/557344551/round-mandala-shawlbohemian-wrapfestival
I absolutely luv this pattern. It worked up easily. I used the Sweet Roll instead of the Caron Cakes. It took 2 and 1/2 skeins of thid yarn instead of the 2 for the Caron Cakes. I took 3 days (1 more then I wanted to) to finish this. I can’t wait to get this posted to my Etsy. These colors truly popped too (it is called Pixie Pop). #kathiscreations
The Zulu tribe used strips of beads to send messages. Different color beads symbolized various emotions.
Elizabeth of Austria, wife of Charles IV of France, wore a jewel-encrusted gown to symbolize her elevated station in life.
Sailors would fill empty hours at sea by carving elaborate ship models. I wonder if this helped them avoid PTSP as we know it today.