[caption id="attachment_33621" align="aligncenter" width="533"]While I war with indecision about what to make for my first polymer clay addition, I decided it would be good to start with things I already have. With all of the sunlight I get, with the exception of today where the now much light is getting through the falling snow, plants were the obvious choice. Within a couple of days of putting up my plants, I became the office plant-sitter. The little Norfolk Island Pine belongs to Bob in Engineering. Bob’s work area is under construction so his window is covered in Visqueen. I am debating about whether or not he will get his plant back, sorry Bob. While I war with indecision about what to make for my first polymer clay addition, I decided it would be good to start with things I already have. With all of the sunlight I get, with the exception of today where the now much light is getting through the falling snow, plants were the obvious choice. Within a couple of days of putting up my plants, I became the office plant-sitter. The little Norfolk Island Pine belongs to Bob in Engineering. Bob’s work area is under construction so his window is covered in Visqueen. I am debating about whether or not he will get his plant back, sorry Bob.[/caption]

 

[caption id="attachment_33686" align="aligncenter" width="663"]I decided to keep going with a plant-based theme and pulled out one of my drawings. The drawing looks small on this large section of wall. I think I will draw two more of these, maybe one in winter colors and the other in fall colors. I decided to keep going with a plant-based theme and pulled out one of my drawings. The drawing looks small on this large section of wall. I think I will draw two more of these, maybe one in winter colors and the other in fall colors.[/caption]