Sunday Sevens #33

Another busy week and another seven pictures from my week!

1. I traced & cut out 3 patterns at the start of the week! Both of these…


2. And view C of this one (don’t mind my old nail polish!)


3. The alcove was transformed into a temporary sewing station – with a cool box for a stool & Adam’s boots for company!


4. Our new washing machine arrived! American washing machines are HUGE compared to the ones we have had in the UK…I can’t even reach the bottom of this one.


5. Our container arrived!!!!!


6. We almost have a decent living room 🙂


7. Maisy was spayed today 🙁 It’s so hard trying to look after something that can’t talk…she just whimpers every time she moves 🙁


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If you are here for the first time… I’m going to give you the low down on the Sunday Sevens blog series.  Each week, we do things that don’t necessarily warrant a full blog post.  You may have made a nice meal, grabbed some bargains on a shopping trip, had a family day out, spotted some beautiful scenery or just done something you feel you want to share.  A Sunday Sevens blog post is the place to share those things.  You take 7 images from your week and post them every Sunday with a small description.  Tag your post using #sundaysevens on your blog and social media.  I also pin the posts onto the Sunday Sevens Pinterest Board.

7 thoughts on “Sunday Sevens #33

  1. Looks like a productive week – how pleased you must be to have your own stuff at last! Poor Maisy, it just breaks your heart seeing them like this, doesn’t it?

  2. Poor Maisy! I hope she’s over the worst by now–they do seem to bounce back quickly. I’m so glad to see things are coming together for you. And sewing, too! Those tops look super cute!

  3. Wow your living room has changed dramatically since the last photo of two lonely camping chairs! It looks lovely and cosy 🙂

  4. Only just realised I neglected to comment last week 🙁 Poor Maisy looks so sorry for herself, hopefully she’s well on the way to recovery now. Bet it was so lovely having all of your old things again and deciding on a layout. Most of all, planning and designing your craft area will keep you occupied I bet 🙂

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