Do you ever have those days where you just say to yourself: What is wrong with me? There are so many things you need to do to get your life in order...but you get a free day and you just let it slide by. That's me. I guess I'm decompressing. I've had A LOT on the plate lately and it's all starting to come to a close. Which is a little scary but also very exciting. Many projects are wrapping up right now for me and the season is starting to end. On to the next!
BUT, first I need to get off my duff and start. Start on getting things in order. My office/studio....GOD! I've been talking about moving into a new space for the last year! Where has it gotten me? A room that's just as messy as it was this time last year. I started looking around this morning and thinking, "I don't need that anymore, that book could go", etc. I'm in a pitching mood. I need to act on it.
It's time to act! Time to get all those projects done that I've been thinking about for so long...Today is as good a day as any!
What have you been waiting to do? Don't wait anymore! Get off your duff!
This last week just flew by. In fact, where did January go? It's almost time for Artfest!
With 2007 just blowing by, I've decided to be done with the Christmas Journal. I only had four more days I was going to do and I had the last four pages painted in, but I just can't keep going with it. My mind is on to other things. Spring journaling. Plush. Artfest trades. And crochet...
Yesterday, I was feeling sort of light-headed, so I decided to just hang on the couch for most of the day. Hubby was sweet: he went to the store and made dinner for me...beef enchiladas, which were YUMMY! I doodled. Yes, I doodled. Since CHA, I've been inspired by Elsie Flannigan, whose new scrapbook line is coming out soon. I WAS snubbed at her booth, but I'm still a huge admirer. So I pulled out my big 8 X 10 journal, the one I made in Teesha's workshop a couple of years ago... It was fun just to let go and play with pens...
Like my little Whoville houses? Me, too! While I doodled, I watched the Season 1 finale of Project Runway. I just love Jay.
And this book really cracks me up...Even hubby was laughing...Of course, he said there are a couple of projects in there that are a bit disturbing...But it's still a riot!
And this book, which I just picked up last week. It was first published in Japanese, and now it's in English. I hope they begin to do this with more of the Japanese craft books...
What did you do this weekend?