Grandson Max loves hats. He's just turned two, but he evidently has something of his great-grandfather's fondness for head gear. This little camouflage number had Max written all over it - well, after a little fusing and zig zagging, it did. The stitching proved more difficult than I anticipated because of the layers on the brim, but he won't care. It didn't take long and counts as one item I completed today. My original idea concerning the piece below has also presented obstacles. I got this started this morning and then didn't like the direction I'd planned on. Now, I'll have to re-think .
Kim's (Skybell Arts) Living Consciously segment of her blog always interests me. On a recent post the practice said to identify one thing you'd love to do...do it.
I began pondering all of the things I say I'd love to do, but never get around to doing. Sometimes I'm afraid of beginning something I don't know much about, sometimes it seems that I would need to buy a bunch of stuff to get started, sometimes the project just seems too large or requires planning I'm not willing to engage in (planning is not a strong point in my life). Is it fear or laziness or having so many things already on my agenda -- that prevents me from going forward?
That question deserves more thought....
Picked up my new and stronger dosage of Levothyroxin today, the second increase this summer-- so more blood work in a month. That will be just fine if my energy pattern improves.
Pondering and looking for creative solutions to flawed ideas later...after my nap.