Wednesday 7 June 2023

WOYWW 731: Comments Nearly Complete

 Well last week certainly flew by and I got into a routine during the holidays: lie in, #dailydrawing2023, blogging, 40 report comments and then lunch out with hubby who was also on holiday followed by a mooch around Trentham Gardens, a garden centre or a drive out.  Back to work again this week.

The only crafting that has taken place since last Wednesday has been my daily drawings.  As you can see, the first journal of the year is close to full and I will start a new one in July.
I can't believe we are into June already.  Hopefully I will have something more interesting to share on my desk next week as I only have 25 more comments to write.  The deadline isn't until the 26th so I shall tweak them and copy them across closer to that date.
Don't forget to visit Julia at Stamping Ground to find out more about WOYWW.  Stay safe and happy WOYWW.


Helen said...

You did well with the half term work you needed to get done, glad you got some downtime too! I seem to have missed some of your drawings (FB not sharing again!) So it's good to see the catch up here. Happy WOYWW Helen #2

Twiglet said...

Good luck with completing those reports - you will be glad to get them finished. Glad you had a good break. Not long till the summer hols! x x Jo

Lunch Lady Jan said...

Well done for getting the reports nearly done, you’ll be able to heave a sigh of relief when it’s all finished. Glad you’ve been able to escape as well though and your drawings still make me smile!
Hugs LLJ 5 xxx

Neet said...

Ugh! Reports! Take more time than people realise.
Glad you did some fun things with hubby during the holidays.
Great drawings.
Hugs, Neet 1 xx (pure chance)

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

I always like your lovely drawings. They are well done and so creative.

After seeing how creative you are, I hope you don't hate me when you see the really, really puny ATC I sent. Happy WOYWW from # 4.

Christine said...

I am in love with your duckling!! sooo cute!
Keep up with the good work on the comments, you're writing history there. I still have some of my school reports, fascinating read now . .
Take care
Christine #14

Crafting With Jack said...

Great drawings, love your ideas. Happy WOYWW. Angela #13

Felix the Crafty Cat said...

Well done with the drawings, I do wonder whether you have done the same one more than once it's amazing that you keep thinking of something different to draw. My hubby has just walked through the door. He's been on his tour of England again this week but wont be out again until Tuesday next week. He started off at somewhere near Luton on Monday and then worked his way back to Peterborough so an early finish today. At least it's not so hot and sunny at the moment which is better for the children sitting their exams. Wishing you a very happy woyww. Hugs, Angela x11x

Caro said...

Love your drawings this week, especially the barge going into the tunnel. Reminds me of the Black country museum at Dudley. Happy WOYWW. Take care, with love & God Bless, Caro xxx (#15)

BJ said...

Oh we very nearly have a water theme in ALL the sketches this week. We have a little mouse who skips round out pond at night. I digress. Hope the end of the school year flies by for you without a hiccup. My first reading session was cancelled after I'd sat waiting for it - ho hum. Oh well maybe tomorrow will happen. Hugs BJ#6

Annie said...

I've had a manic day and have only just finished....I now have a rail filled with sewing to do and 7 more customers coming tomorrow while we look after Louie all could be a fun filled day :-)
I'm glad you managed some 'me' time last week and enjoyed you week off school.
Annie x # 9

Lynnecrafts said...

Lovely daily drawings. You were very organised with your half term time and I’m glad you had some leisure time as well as report writing. I used to love going to Trentham Gardens as well.
Take care
Lynnecrafts 8

Julia Dunnit said...

Oh well done Sarah, great discipline and result on the report commenting, nice not to have it hanging over you! Half term activities sound ideal, a bit of work and a bit of play!

Kelly said...

Good morning, Sarah!
Never worry about not having a desk to show. I love seeing your daily drawing. Love how you pulled 152 & 153 together. clever lady.

Bob's first day back was exhausting but not near as bad as he anticipated the river flow to be. Thanks for the well-wishes. Creative Blessings! ~Kelly #16