I have a confession to make - I hate to clean. I love a nice, clean, organized house, but with a one year old, it never stays that way for very long. When I do clean she is usually just two steps behind me, pulling books off of shelves, scattering toys everywhere, and placing random objects in even more random places (remote control in the bathtub, anyone?). So generally I let it go - unless of course someone is coming over, and then I quickly clear off the top layer of debris and throw it in a closet so people don't think I'm becoming a hoarder.
Sadly, my craft room is what suffers the most. I'm usually the only one that goes in there (well, besides Phoebe who finds it the most fun room in which to create destruction), and it's so easy to just close the door when guests come over. And lets face it, crafting is a dirty job. Fabric scraps, pattern pieces, thread, and bobbins cover the room - and of course I usually have at least ten projects going at one time which doesn't help the situation.
So here's the current sad state of my craft room. It has actually gotten to the point where I can barely even work in here, which usually tells me that it's time for a good, deep cleaning. Easier said than done with a toddler around, but the stars have aligned and my amazing parents are borrowing Phoebe for the next few days, and organizing the craft room has become my number one goal (followed by about 50 other goals). My main reason in posting these embarrassing pictures is so I'll actually follow through and get it back in order.
I might as well stop blogging and get to work!