I have not stamped for over a week as I've been in northwest Wyoming to see our kids. And since today is What's On Your Workdesk Wednesday I decided to share a majestic mountain along with my desk. And today sweet Jan at Lunch Lady Jan's Fabric Frenzy is hosting today's desk tour for Julia who is on vacation and having health issues.
I do have the products of an order I got in the night before I left on my mini trip. I also am showing a new shelf to the top left that I acquired last week. So now my desk is even more organized above my red Cricut. On the desk from left to right, a tote with my special swap for an upcoming Fun Stampers Journey convention, my trimmer with a new package of Color Burst bottles, then stamps and dies in the center. I did get 6 new ink pads put into the ink rack top right.
Sunday my son, his wife, our grandson, and I went to Red Lodge, MT, a ski and tourist town where we used to live from 1985 - 1988. After a nice meal we drove southwest along the Beartooth Highway to where the road was closed. The pass is over 10,000' elevation (above timberline) and still snow packed. But I did get this picture of the start of the highway switchbacks going up the mountain (center left) and a even higher mountain in the distance where it is snowing. I've been over this pass quite a few times in the past 40 years and I never get tired of seeing these majestic peaks.
Hopefully next week I'll have some projects to show you but I won't be taking part in this desk tour on June 9th as I'll be gone to convention and will not be getting much computer time. Please head over to LLJ's blog to click on lots of links to blogs of those taking part. I'll be looking around along with trying to get some laundry done plus making some Cinnamon-Rhubarb Muffins.
I also want to say Happy Anniversary to WOYWW as this is the 7th anniversary of this great event! Thanks so much to Julia for starting this and keeping it going. I have cyber-met many wonderful ladies and I'm looking forward to a long "relationship". God bless you, Julia!