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24 February 2010

Tick Tock...

Time continues to fly in Museville at an alarming speed --
This is the pace at our house these days. ... well, okay, so it's a shot from Royal Sonshine's photo class project, but I thought it quite accurately portrayed the state of things around here.


Poor Thing1 is caught up in the swirl, too! Le Vroom!

I don't have much to show you because being the "oooo look, something shiny!" sort of person that I am, I haven't finished a single project - just continued to begin new ones - so now I have 654335677856984783 things in the works. A huge pile to dig through. I've lost my mind, truly. I need to hire some help, and I need someone to come and organize my madness. I just keep telling myself that it all is going to come together basically at once - BAM BAM BAM! ... and it will be spectacular!

With time on my mind, and speaking of spectacular - here's another love of mine... gorgeous clock faces, and these are some real beauties.







and like the white rabbit, "I'm late, I'm late!" Back into the trenches I go.
Enjoy your day!
xo Isa

17 comments:

Sara Ballstaedt said...

ooooh, the astronomical clock in Prague!! It's absolutely GORGEOUS

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

Oh, I love these clocks!!
Let the time fly on!

Willow Decor said...

Isa,
Love the clock faces and the music!! Always so much fun to visit you!!
xx-Gina

Marlene said...

Time! where does it go..your life mirrors mine in some ways it seems..we love the same things and we have a NEVERENDING stash of projects that grow and grow..because of the loves and passion we have for things...My garage is chaos..my sunroom is a line of half done furniture that need to be "aged" just right..My collections increase daily and unfortunately the storage gets smaller...Whats a girl to do???

La Table De Nana said...

You're a terrific photographer:)

donna baker said...

Isa, you must be young still to have so much going on. Methinks you wouldn't know what to do without it all. I'm trying to clean out closets and 30 years of stuff. I've decided I am nearly a hoarder. I'll think out it goes, then, well, maybe, uh I'm not sure... It is terrible to have so much stuff I've decided. Think I'll move to San Diego and live in a Walter Cunningham modern house. (In my dreams)!

BonjourRomance said...

Bonjour Isa,
ALot of this 'so many things to do and so little time" in blogland. I know the feeling. You have the right idea - take a deep breath and plunge back in! Love all those cloks.
Bonne soirée

Julie said...

Adorable blog!! Enjoyed my visit.

Julie
www.equusgirl.blogspot.com
www.ridingaside.blogspot.com

Linda at Lime in the Coconut! said...

Thank goodness for time on a clock face...that stops once in awhile. Take solace in the time between the seconds...when you have one to spare.

Julie@beingRUBY said...

Don't work too hard Isa!!
Gorgeous images! xx Julie

Karen Deborah said...

Cool picchas! You are so funny I lke the number you made up for your to do list. I ditto that.

Renae said...

Isa,
Those clocks are just to die for....beautiful. I don't have many but am so intrigued by them. I have ideas for them and where to put them though!
xx

Debra Phillips said...

is it a sickness? the madness of unending projects! i am in the same dilemma and should be handling projects and piles but here i am avoiding the obvious....until tomorrow.
LOVE the clock faces isa!
debra

The Antiques Diva™ said...

Somehow watching time whizz by doesn't seem so bad when on one of these clocks.
Love that you chose the clock from Prague's town square for this post. I was just in Prague a few months ago for my birthday and this clock face is probably my favorite in Europe!
Toma

Mélanie said...

I recognize the clock in Prague. Love the music and your banner, I love to stop by your blog

Helen said...

... wish I lived closer, I would help! Tick, tock, tick, tock!

oiasantorini said...

your "syndrome" sounds familiar ;-)
- love the clocks !
M