Yesterday was a busy, busy cleaning day. Actually, it was more of a picking up and clearing out day and, while I was swapping the winter bedding for something light, I discovered about 25 retired stamp sets stacked neatly in a chair. By the way, when I went into the bedroom, I wasn't there to begin the long process of rearranging clothes (winter clothes swapping places with summer clothes), changing bedding, dusting, vacuuming, etc. I had gone in there to put on a cooler shirt, but I couldn't reach it with the summer clothes at the back of the closet and a blocked path. As I carried some of the stamp sets to the stamp room, I said to Chad, "Look what I found!" I told him that I had actually begun the process of cleaning up the stamp room but got side-tracked when I went to the bedroom for a cooler shirt, and he looked at me like I was crazy and said, "And yet you still have on the long sleeves." Obviously, I needed some kind of pill yesterday, but I was on a roll (or perhaps a loopy rollercoaster). Anyway, the stamp sets had become a fixture in my bedroom. I have no idea why they were in there, but anything that stays in one place for too long in this house is what we call a fixture--something that is clearly out of place, within sight, and yet forgotten. After my work was done, I was itching to play with the Stampin' Blendabilities Markers and, of course, the retired stamp sets that were suddenly like new ones. The tulip image is from Nice & Easy Notes, and the sentiment is from Swirls & Curls Verses. Just look at how smoothly those markers colored the image! I. l♥ve. them.