On Friday, July 27th, at a bit past 10am, I will commence signing of documents that will put me in a massive amount of debt in return for a couple of brass keys.
These brass keys will allow me access to enough parking for 9 cars (if nobody minds a bit of a squeeze), a HUGE pine tree, a corner of the yard populated by ferns, 2 porches, 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, and Chainmaille Central.
Actually…let me rephrase that…
I’M SUPER EXCITED!!!!!!!
I’m also staring at this HUGE mound of boxes in the middle of the living room. I’ve been staring at them (and adding to them) for about a month now. This evidence of the move looming on the horizon has really interrupted the even flow of energies in the apartment. It’s hard to think in a space that is so very cluttered with acres of belongings.
This will be the LAST time I pack all my stuff in boxes and move it…
The foot has officially been put down.
To stave off the mess in the living room, I took to the pliers yesterday. The weave is European 4 in 1, which is an easy one, and the preferred weave for inlay artists in the Chainmaille community. I haven’t done much inlay work (although the quilt patch is what I’ll count as my ‘first’) and haven’t done any inlay work in Euro4-1 before, so it was exciting and soothing and fun all at the same time.
When it’s complete, I will have a rectangular inlay that spells out the word ‘Home.’ Where the ‘O’ is will be a little house. I’m gonna hang this in the porch, so visitors can see it when they knock at my door.