Happy Sunday evening......
We went to church this morning and have been hanging out with Riley ever since. He's not in nearly as much pain now that he's on pain meds, however he can't walk on his back leg at all so he only gets up (on 3 legs) to go outside and then comes right back in and lays down in the family room where we can all hang out in front of the fire. He has a doggy bed on the floor next to our bed so Bart carries him (all 65 lbs of him) up the stairs at night to sleep. Poor boy. He usually follows us all over the house when we move around so when we do have to go upstairs without him, you can tell it's so frustrating to him that he can't follow us, so we've tried to stay down here with him most of yesterday and today.
Thank you so much to those of you that offered such kind encouragement and for those of you that are praying for our sweet boy. We appreciate it so much.
So let's get to answering some of your questions about my studio. Let me know if you have any other questions!
Pegg asked: I see that you have the Clip-it-up. Would you recommend that? What do you put in yours? I would definitely recommend the Clip-it-up because it holds a lot of stuff, however I will warn you that it's bigger than I thought it would be. That's a great thing if you have the space to set it somewhere, but if you're tight on space, you'll want to pay special attention the the measurements on their website. What I put on mine: spools of ribbon, packages of Thickers and other alpha stickers, packages of clear stamps, various embellishments, packages of rub-ons.....basically anything that comes in a package that would be hanging on a rack in the store, can easily be clipped up on this unit. I've also used sandwich baggies to store a few odds & ends in, and then clipped them up as well.