Eyes and feet

8 Jul

Did the big eye checkup this morning so had to kill some time waiting for my eyes to un-dilate.  You don’t want to be driving when your eyes feel like they are too big for your eye sockets.

So I did a little thirfting and found some nice IKEA halogen lamps for the sewing room!


They have telescoping arms and long cords so I will be able to angle and move them to whichever machine I am using.  The original owner glue gunned some felt to the bottoms, probably so they would slide nicely over a table or desk.  Since mine sit above the serger, which vibrates enough to send those cute Muppet figures raining down on me from time to time, I will be replacing it with some waffle mat.

View under the sewing machine desk:


Two pairs of Birks and ballgown-trying-on shoes.  Step 1 – wear shoes. step 2 – kick off one shoe to sew, step 3 – kick off other shoe to walk over to the ironing board, step 4 – wonder where all shoes have gone!

Eyes still feel weird and up close vision not great.  No sewing for now.  Just lunch:-)

2 Responses to “Eyes and feet”

  1. demoiselledesigns July 9, 2013 at 4:59 am #

    The view under your sewing machine looks like the view under my computer desk!

    • bgballroom July 9, 2013 at 1:40 pm #

      demoiselle – my computer guy husband says that in all the offices he goes into he finds piles of shoes under the women’s desks. sounds like a topic well suited for some anthropological or sociological research. :-).

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