Finding Time

Sometimes there are days when you just run out of time. I've been noticing this occurance a lot while I've been doing the 100 Day Challenge. Some days one gets too busy to work on anything. I especially feel this way between work and home life.  

My routine usually consists of getting up, driving, working, driving, showering and then either relaxing or going to bed. I'm not trying to make excuses, but I don't always want to be felting and accidentally stabbing my fingers. And I don't always want to be taking some picture of the socks I'm knitting to show you I'm making something. I like doing my little watercolors, as I said in a previous post. Hopefully my schedule eases down a little soon and I can show you more of what I'm doing.

This has been your weekly update. Until next time... 

P.S. I wrote this at a pub. We'll see how coherent it is. Haha

Creativity and Labor Day

Here I was thinking I wasn't going to have anything inspiring for you today.  How wrong I was.  I found this article called "What I Wish I Knew About Creativity When I Was 20."  Well, I'm 23, so I'm not that far off, but it was still some great advice. I'm going to let you all know now that I won't be posting again until Tuesday.  Friday is a half day at work, and then that afternoon/evening, the boyfriend and I will be heading down to Tombstone, AZ to do some reenacting, namely The Gunfight at the OK Corral.  This is my first reenacting escapade...we'll see if more follow.  I hope you all have a fun and safe and relaxing Labor Day weekend!