Archive for the ‘Sewing’ Category

Okay, I admit I’ve been a terrible blogger lately — I’m sure I’ve excuses, generally do, but the truth is I was busy worrying about Swine Flu, what my follow-up ultrasound would show, dealing with two(!) different colds, building a robot dragon costume for #2 and trying to get my ass in gear for the craft fair I’m in on November 21st.

First things first:

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One more day before the kids are set free for summer. One more day before I actually have to have plans (and, oh, I have plans.. but they’re not entirely organized yet). One more day to make sure we have all the phone numbers and contact details to keep the boys in touch with their friends over the summer. One more day.

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I’ve been an incredibly crappy blogger lately. No good excuses other than “It’s Spring! Yay!”, “I’m gardening! Yay!” and “I have a desperate compulsion to design and sew dresses for little girls, despite having none of my own! Yay?”

Spring is awesome. I feel myself coming slowly back to life after the creative stasis of Winter. This means I’ve a list of projects longer than my arm and, quite honestly, not nearly the required time to see them to completion. I’m currently (finally?) installing the recycled patio-stone walkway in my front yard — the one I’ve been thinking and talking about since I did a big part of the one in the back yard. It’s coming along nicely, but is only a couple feet long. I need to find some more patio stones to smash up for it. If anyone has some they’d like to get rid of, let me know — I’m happy to come and get them with my van!

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I resort to lists too often. Today is my first day in the house by myself for the full day, as DH started his new job this past Friday (and #2 is half days on Monday and I work on Tuesdays). I made a big list and only have one significant entry left to accomplish. Yay me! Yay lists!

Still, there are always more brief disjointed comments I can jot down about what’s going on with me:

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