A recipe for staying up late? Well, so far the caffeine seems to be wearing off -- but it is quite late (or early, as the case may be).
To distract myself from all this estate stuff during the day, I have been treating myself to a re-org (for a change) of the sewing room. I spent my nights emptying the rolling bins where everything was buried under everything else; sorting, and then putting them neatly into 7 lovely stackable drawers.
LOL - these were hand-me-ups from my grandsons, who have outgrown the Ninja Turtles and pajamas that previously occupied the containers. What didn't fit there is going into the stackable rolling bns and other plastic boxes.
Lo and behold, as I dug, I discovered an entire bin of my hand-printed fabrics. I wondered where they were.
A drawer for Handloom Batiks and a random other Indian batik or two.
Wow! I actually have a drawer of black& whites and neutral prints.Who knew?And a place for my non-Usha batiks and a miscellaneous fabric or three.
Now, of course, the trick is to find the time to actually use some of these beauties. Before I can do that, however, I need to deal with the horizontal surface that purports to be my cutting/ironing space.
That remains for tomorrow. Fortunately, I can sleep late because I don't have an appointment in the morning.