Wednesday, May 1, 2013

What On Your Workdesk Wednesday

A lot of mess!  I haven't taken part for such a long time with WOYWW.  Since the last time I participated my desk has moved over 100 miles to the sea side and a new blog created.  You can find out why here.


Working on catching up with Project Life this week.

Pop on over to Julia to look at many other crafty spaces.

50 comments:

BJ said...

Lovely piccy of the 3 of you, where abouts in Wales then, I grew up in Swansea. Glad to see you catching up on your project life, I have made it to the end of February with my scrapping. Thanks for visiting me already today BJ#50

Sheena said...

Morning Candace x
Hope its a sun filled day for you by the sea x

Andrea said...

love the project life pages I plan to scrap but not yet started. hope life by the sea is fab I would love it thanks for visiting and hope you have a fab week Andrea#73

Jan Ltc said...

Great workspace. Thanks for the visit xx Jan (80)

Julia Dunnit said...

Wow Candace, talk about life changes! You're so brave and a brilliant role model..so what's the self employed part? I'm a partner in my DH's joinery business which till last week meant book work and sales...but am about to start blogging about the changes that have made me his actual apprentice!
My handbag girly, is by Red Herring from Debenhams, got it last summer..there was a matching purse too, but I didn't splash on that and DEEPLY regret it!!
Meanwhile, lovely to see your WOYWW...and your PL stuff is amazing, you're totally on the go!

Angie said...

Thanks for dropping by ...I have just had a quick look at your bravery to up sticks ...it is hard ...I did it 8 years ago. I moved to the sea too but in Scotland from London. I have never regreted it although i might have if I were of working age.My daughter moved with me and it took 4 years to get a job...any job. Even the Job Center intemated that it was predjudice ....because she was English!!?? ... and jobs are few here in Fife.Must have a proper read of your past posts ...good luck xx68

scrappyjen said...

you are very brave... made some changes myself but not as huge... great project life pages..happy woyww jenx 90

Neil said...

Hi there, just popping in to say Hi. Loving your creative world this morning;

Hope you have a great week too.
Neil #21

Winnie said...

Candance: What a new start for you and the kids! Love your family photo! 40 was when I was widowed, so it was a re-think my life moment for me too. I wish you all the happiness in the world in your home by the sea! Such a great spread you have there for your Project Life! Thanks for the visit! Winnie#78

Diana Taylor said...

What a great workspace - it looks like you have loads going on!
Thanks so much for visiting - hope you have a great week.

Ria Gall said...

I live by the sea in Clacton on Sea with my son and daughter and we are having a great life so I hope the same will happen for you three.
Your desk looks very busy with some lovely pictures and papers being used
Happy WOYWW #204 and enjoy the rest of your week
Ria #113

Di said...

Thank you for calling by earlier! Love what your doing there with Project Life - and am sure your move has been the right thing to do. Wishing you lots of happiness.

Hugs, Di xx #45

Roudi said...

Wow, you're brave. Hope life treats you kind. :)
Thank you for sharing your desk this week and happy WOYWW. xx

Roudi # 115

Lunch Lady Jan said...

Hi there Candace! How fab to read of your brave move and wonderful to hear how well it has all gone! The beach looks like Cefn Sidan in Carmarthenshire to me..that's where I was brought up!
Loving the look of the pages...so bright and cheerful! Thanks for the visit already :)
Hugs, LLJ 27 xxx

Twiglet said...

Great pages Candace - glad your move has been a good one. Best wishes. x Jo

Becky said...

I love project life, just caught up on mine last week! Your's looks great!

Laura said...

Great picture of you and your kids -- gosh, you sure all resemble each other! :-) I'm doing PL this year, too -- yours looks bright and fun -- like the playing card in the pocket. Happy WOYWW from Laura #105

Lindsay Weirich said...

I love your color combo of aqua and red! Happy WOYWW! Lindsay #93

Dianne said...

Wonderful project life, I always said if I had kids I would do scrapbooking, fabulous way to create wonderful memories. Thanks for the visit and have a wonderful creative day...

Fandhmum said...

Hi Candace
Thanks for dropping by earlier. How wonderful to be by the sea. We love to go to Conwy where we have a caravan, wonderful country.
Have fun
Rosie x

Zue said...

Just read your reason why!
What a fantastic and brave thing to do. I know how you must feel, there is no better place to run to than the coast.
I live in Oxford and so miss the sea. I want to run away too, to the sea in Wales. I would go to the Lleyn Peninsular, Hells Mouth beach and watch the sea birds and waders all day.
Wishing you so much luck. Please keep me posted about your life and progress. Good for you!
Xxx
Sue

Maudieroff Roffey said...

Hi Candace - thanks for the WOYWW welcome - see you again soon... Mxx #83

Christine said...

Thanks for popping by my place. I have had a nose round yours, not just your desk!!!
I shall follow your journey as you do something we should have done when we were forty somethings and just getting married. I never had the courage so I think you are wonderful.......... best of luck in everything you do.
Bishopsmate #74

Bridget Larsen said...

I have never really looked at Project life but read alot about it. I guess its another crafting avenue to go down. Love your place by the sea and good on you for making that life changing decision
Bridget #9

pearshapedcrafting said...

This looks interesting! Love that you have moved to the seaside! Thanks for visiting, chris#82

My name is Cindy said...

Hi Candace your project life looks great! (Don't think enough happens in a week here to make it worthwhile!!)Thanks for stopping by, Cindy.

Lisa-Jane said...

Trying again! So glad you are joining in, its great to see you here!

alexa said...

Now that is a full and busy life, yet well-ordered, if your desk is anything to go by :). Thank- you for finding me and leaving a comment and delighted to discover you too!

Pat Langley said...

Love the sea! Have fun.

Robyn said...

lovely mess!
I'll keep you posted on the knitting.
thanks for visiting and welcoming me to your place.
Robyn 98

Joynana said...

Project life, I am so tempted to try it. I have so many pics that I don't even know where to start anymore. thanks for stopping by my blog today. #94

RosA said...

Thanks for visiting! And good on you for moving to live by the sea. I could easily be tmepted to do the same :)
Happy late WOYWW,
RosA # 47

Pallavi said...

Your PL pages look so pretty! Love the color combo you chose. The pic of you and the kiddos is super adorable! Hope you had a great woyww!

Serena H said...

My desk looks exactly like yours as well; keyboard gets regulated to wherever there is still space.

There needs to be some kind of craft table created that takes computers into consideration! We all need our digital distraction (I mean inspiration) right there with us while we scrap!

Karen Ives said...

Hope you have a fab time in your new home.
Karen #52

SueH said...

Well only a day late but at least I made it round………eventually!
It’s good to have you back with us Candace and what a turn- a-round you’ve made to your life. It can’t have been easy making such a life changing decision even though fate stepped in and gave you a shove in that direction, but it sounds as though it was the right one for you and I’m envious that you’re by the sea.
Happy Crafting!
Sue @#86
x

tangledpen said...

Happy WOYWW... well, it's Thursday already, but the W will be here anyway ;)
Very neat ProjectLife pages.
I'll stop by again later to find out about your seaside life.
Thanks for finding my blog!
Cheers, Jana 108

Marit said...

Thanks for your visit to my blog yesterday... I love to see your Project Life pages but more... I surfed through your blog/website and read a whole bunch - you are inspiring, running of to live by the sea! I was born/raised at the seaside and deeply miss the beaches - it is my dream to move back there... if economics/crisis will ever be over, I will definitely move! Say hi to the waves from me and good luck with the shop! (oh, and happy belated woyww, Marit #84)

sandra de said...

I keep seeing the wonderful project life LO on desks. Yours is gorgeous.
Sandra @101

Sue - said...

Project Life is looking good. Good luck in your new life by the sea!

sandysewin said...

How wonderful to now live by the sea with all its ever-changing beauty.

Here's hoping you get caught up with Project Life!

Happy creating and happy woyww,

Sandy #16

Alison Scott said...

Thanks for your visit to my blog this week. My mum got plaster off and a splint instead.;-)
Wow your kids are your absolute image, they are like clones of you.
You are all so brave to run off to be at the sea. I wish you the best of luck.
I'm late again this week.
Alison
#50

Anda said...

Happy new desk and new house (and new life!) I grew up by the sea and it's just wonderful :)

Thanks for popping by to visit me as part of WOYWW, sorry it took so long for me to visit you!

Darnell J Knauss said...

Thank you for coming by to visit me, Candace, so I could return the flavor and get to meet you! Good to see you on WOYWW and I think your Project Life must be outstanding given that you really are one who LIVES life! I admire your bravery and your optimism and I wish you and the kids ALL good things to come!! Darnell #60

sara j said...

I kept seeing your picture on other blogs I was visiting and thought I would pop over and say howdy. I'm kind of in awe of people who really do scrap...I love making the albums but never seem to fill them up. I'm so sure you will appreciate these lovely pages done the line....have a great week.
Sara j #22

Liz Black said...

Welcome back to Woyww and congratulations on your move, what a lovely location. I'm sure you'll get loads of inspiration from the sea! Thanks for your visit and a belated Happy Woyww Liz@55

ANNETTE HUSBAND said...

G'day Candace
as usual its Friday before I get to blog hope for WOYWW but here I am. Thanks for dropping by my blog and leaving a comment. I've only been doing WOYWW for afew weeks but I do love it already. OMG you are so brave and really inspiring to do what you did...I wish I lived by the sea. I grew up near the Pacific Ocean and I miss it!!
hugs
Annette In Oz #87

Jules occasionally vintage said...

Thanks! for visiting my blog :) Your project life is looking really nice Jules No57

Sue from Oregon said...

I wish I would make more time for Project life-I think they are so totally cool! What a keepsake! Thanks for popping in to say Hello! Happy WOYWW! Sue K #14

Carolyn Phillips said...

Your desk and project life look very busy, but I love the look of your album. Welcome back to WOYWW and thank you for visiting me.