Had my Y'Art sale on Saturday. I did sell something small. The person saw my press release. Yay! You know how much fun you have posting to facebook sites to advertise something, then the not so fun part of going back and removing the information. Well on Sunday, I got busy taking down all the facebook stuff. That took about 3 hours. This morning I got up, did my journalling, put 2 new blogs on my website, not very long ones, put a couple posts on facebook, twitter and instagram and ironed 5 of my husband's shirts in 27 minutes. That's how long it took the dessert I made for a get together tonight to bake. I haven't gotten that much done in a long time. Well after lunch today, I decided to clean up my paints, get everything all neat and tidy to start a new painting. I changed the water in my paint bucket and started hanging the paints that I had been using for my Black and White paintings on my door organizer. I was slipping the tubes of paints onto the hooks that support the organizer over the door. The first 3 or 4 hung quite nicely. They were the smaller tubes. The hole in the tube of paint made it easy to slip them on the hook. I had 3 large tubes of paint I thought would slip as easily as the first ones did, so I tried hanging them on the door oragnizer as well. Having 2 small tubes of paint already on the hook and seeing that there was still a little room for one more tube, I proceded to push the large tube of paint on the hook. The first went on. I had to manuver it a bit to get it to fit, I got it on. The second large tube didn't want to go on as well as the first. I had to push it harder and pull it down to get it to stay on the hook. The pulling down didn't work so well. The whole door organizer crashed to the floor. Luckily no one was hurt. Just kidding, it fell straight to the floor. My husband Ed came running into my studio. He asked if I was alright. I said that I was fine. He looked ath the floor and didn't know what to say immediately. Then He suggested I move the brushes around and put the paint in another row and then he said, "You have some much stuff. I don't know wnat you're going to do with it." Looking quite puzzled, he turned and left my studio. I kinda laughed. So tomorrow we're going to the hardware store to see if we can find something to replace the plasic door hooks that broke. The perfect end to a perfect day. Crash! Boom! Bang!!