Are you struggling to come to terms with summer, as I am? I want to think of it as a time to have more relaxed making, but the opposite often ends up to be true. My plans become bigger than they should be. And I'd like to say that this is a post about how I've fixed that problem and how you can do the same in three easy steps.
Instead, it's more of a post in which I say, once again, that I can't do it all, despite desperately trying. I think as posts here have slowed, it may be obvious. But perhaps not.
It's easy to think that other people have it all together (I certainly believe this about people too often!). I don't have it all (or even mostly) together.
These EPP pieces will become a summer design. Eventually.And then there's the matter of finishing two quilts for special gifts, my everyday writing/designing work, and maybe, just maybe, a few moments to breathe.
Sketches for a new stitching club are coming along. I hope.
Freelance opportunities are happening. If I get busy.
A pattern update is waiting in the wings. But I'm already feeling late.
Even as I am piecing together my summer plans, I can see how the pieces may just fall apart. But this: "And he is before all things, and in him all things hold together." Colossians 1:17
Yeah, so I'll be leaning on Jesus to hold the pieces. (And I'll stitch a few pieces of my own along the way...)