Saturday, May 08, 2010
I forgot to make a link to Iggy's blog yesterday:
I don't know how to accomplish that so that you can just click on their name. Too complex for the computer limited--hehe!
On Serena's blog...
...she was asking people to show pictures of their bedside tables. My nightstand isn't too cluttered, I guess.
I always have pen and paper handy, extra pens/scissors, and tissues. The angel jar holds odds and ends: a bit of jewelry, watch, safety pins, buttons, etc. Remotes for TV and VCR, but I rarely watch in the bedroom--just record. Coasters--I set my water thermos on there every night before I go to bed. The big blank space is for my glasses--hehe!
The only reason my nightstand isn't so packed is because I have my entire cheap bed frame with a headboard to fill up--hehe! I removed the big boom box quite a while ago (put it in the living room) and threw the jewelry box up on the top instead, but I still have the collection of mellow cassettes and CDs you could go to sleep by in the right hand shelves.
By my little reading lamp I plug in my cell phone and blue tooth to charge. The gray round thing is my sound machine. Then my huge-awesome-crystal rock and a small sleeping angel figurine.
Center lower shelf--left side--I just put all these lotions and creams in there recently to remind myself that I am getting old and my skin is drying out--ROFL! I am not good about remembering to put lotions on and wanted to use them up. Thought that odds were I might remember occasionally when I get up or go to sleep--and I do--"occasionally"--hehe!
Right side--a crystal wand and that round flowered box has crystals and my pendulums in it. Like to keep them nearby when I sleep--the energy field thing. :)
Left lower shelves--alarm clock, razor, aromatherapy spray--books, post-it notes, more paper, and the window fan remote control.
That was fun, Serena!
I had no idea we had a band of gypsies (Roma) living in Fargo. On the news they said they have been having trouble with truancy. They had one child who never attended school at all from Aug-Nov and they fined the parents $500. Said parents could be legally charged in future, too--I didn't catch what the charge would be. I guess they have had to do something more drastic because they said the gypsies apparently don't care whether their kids attend school or not. I wonder why it took the authorities till now in May to fine them? But--the thing I found most interesting was that we have gypsies living up here! Cool!
Sunny, blue skies, white fluffy clouds, and still cooler. I'll be heading over to visit with Sammy and Annie today--and I'll try to remember the camera. :)