Thursday, August 25, 2016

Reflections from My Dresser Top

I took a look at my piled dresser top and thought something like, "To sort or not to sort, that is the question." . . .
Well, the answer was sort. (Obviously.) And so I ended up taking everything off the dresser top and out of two "stuff drawers" and making a pile akin to Mt. Everest on the bed. :D Yes, it took a while to "sort" and yes, I still have to organise it all properly. . .but the point I'm heading for isssssssssssssss. . .I removed lots of particles (and piles) of dust (and one spider! O.O) which made me feel good.

A couple of days later. . . I took a look at my hibernating blog and a thought something like this came to mind. . . "DUST." Dust? Yes, dust! Something fresh and new and brilliant! I think I'll start with the design first. The water colour/compass design has been up for over a year, so I'll try something new (not quite sure what just yet. . .any ideas?) and then do a little updating of things here and there. The other changes I'll make I'm not quite certain of, but they will most likely insure that I post at least once a month from now on. ;) I'm looking forward to it! *happy happy happy*

The empty dresser top.
Any ideas from when you've "dusted" you blog?

I hope you have had an excellent summer, my dear friends! God bless you all!

Love, S. F.


  1. Ahh yes, that wonderful urge to purge. ;) Maybe for a new design you could...implement some sycamore leaves?

    Let's see, my advice when it comes to "blog-dusting" would be to simplify and make sure the design elements complement each other. You'll do brilliantly!

    xo, L.

    1. Ooo, I hadn't thought of sycamore leaves! Thanks for the idea and advice! ;)

      ♥ ~ S. F.

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    1. Hello, SW! :) How was your summer? I hope well. ♥
      ~ S. F.


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