I’ve been thinking about this concept of failing fast. I’m experimenting with youtube this week. The elder is really digging youtube right now and I realize I have a responsibility to take interest in the media he consumes. In the future I’ll have a responsibility in the content he creates. I’ve never been afraid of […]
When I look back a full year I realize I’m further along than I once was. Today marks the Autumnal Equinox. This is my favorite season. Crisp, cool mornings, reinstating simple rituals and routines and the excitement for what long, dark days might represent (more partying and possibly, more sleep). Everything in life has seasons. […]
Gabe started Kindergarten last week. I love him. He’s a natural born leader. Today he starts YMCA lessons. Noah does too. I get to join Noah on this journey, but Gabe had to make his way on his own. I love this about my two boys. They make their own way. This is mommyhood. Figuring […]
My dad was in The Pentagon on September 11, 2001. I don’t really talk about it much. It’s not really my story to tell. 125 people died there, but my dad survived. Then I think (and look and feel) back on it and wonder why it’s so important to remember such things. I still can’t […]
I abandoned this project. I realized it was time to concentrate my efforts on the self expression, on the art. I still don’t have a current product to sell. I think it’s wise to expect such things from myself if I want to build this business. Right now my focus continues to be on honing […]
My crochet isn’t going so well. I know I can do this. I know what I’m doing. I just can’t find the time. I’m so livid right now. I’m so past hiding it. This is my work. I earned this. I can’t unlearn it. I can, however, find a way to to restructure it.
If you’ve stumbled upon my blog I’m looking for more writers to help me on my quest to encourage others to craft a meaningful life. I’ve had so many visions for this blog – I love science, music, history and most of all making things. I have to focus on my crochet work right now […]
…and better than you. But it hasn’t been done by you (and, yes, I started that sentence with a conjunction). I just refuse to give up lately. The process is too much fun.
And it is an interesting biological fact that all of us have, in our veins the exact same percentage of salt in our blood that exists in the ocean, and, therefore, we have salt in our blood, in our sweat, in our tears. We are tied to the ocean. And when we go back to […]
I’ve been experimenting with stitches that give my work more elasticity. This is the arduous process of design. More often than not things don’t pan out. I think in some weird way that’s why I enjoy it. When I do have that occasional “Eureka!” moment it makes me smile and keeps me going.