Saturday, September 07, 2013

more good news and a busy bee

Well I have been working hard at work (now I work for Ricoh-usa ... printer company) been there for a little over 2 months. All training is over and go through each day taking care of placing service calls and taking orders for supplies. Every day is filled with compliments on my work and praise at how much better I am doing than anyone expected from someone who has only been there for so little time.

Well I was told that I was the top performer for our group for part timers so I will be getting a certificate for that. I also was told that I should soon enter the 100% club since most of the calls that they review get a rating of 100% and the others rank high in the 90's. Then I also was told that I will start full time hours 2 days before my birthday! Yahoo! I will be hitting my 90 day mark on the 23rd. So with in a month or two I just might be permanent!

Ok now to the busy bee part of this even though with work and all I am a busy bee. LOL

I crocheted a wash cloth for my younger son and daughter. Both are the same size but one is a varigated brown and the other the brightest orange I could find. LOL

I decided last weekend that I needed to start organizing my craft room.... well I was not satisfied so I started again today. (forgot to do a before pic but here is the during pics lol)
I tore out all my containers out of the closet.

I am more satisfied but still not done.

Arrow #1 is showing where my batting and stuffing is. 
Arrow #2 is showing where my yarn is. 
Arrow #3 is showing my floss, aida, fabbies and kits are.
Arrow #4 is showing were my sewing accessories, material, stitchable items and some adopted wips are.
Arrow #5 is showing where the rest of my material and my son's latch hook kit is.
Arrow #6 is showing where the blankets, knitted baby hats and jewelry are located that are for sale.
Arrow #7 shows two black bags with blankets waiting to be made.
Arrow #8 shows my son's gold box of stitching supplies as well as a white bag of adopted wips.
Arrow #9 shows the wooden templates I use when making pillows.
Arrow #10 shows my ironing board and rolling cart. 

We will just have to see how and if I have the energy to finish the rest later. I need to find and buy some of those plastic magazine holders that you can store your magazines in the binders with. (not page protectors)

1 comment:

Annie said...

Yea for you! Good news all around. Icould use an organizer like you!