Hey everyone! Hope you are having a better week than I am…well, no, that’s a lie. There are highlights (Si brought me an electric bike and it is AWESOME, I did a virtual 5km for Maretai and will get a medal) and lowlights (the anniversary of Mum’s passing, Lou still not speaking to us, work is noisy and horrid and pressure-filled). I am reading romance that makes me giggle, and listening to the end of Nalini Singh’s Quiet in her Bones (I read and listen to her books) and about to start Billy Connolly’s An Audience. There was a documentary about Billy this week on TV and I remember how he makes me smile.
This week I am again ignoring the weekly prompts and focussing on the monthly. I picked up the piece I dropped this time last year, Jim Shore’s 12 Days of Christmas, and worked out where I needed to pick it up. I am just focussing on needle thru fabric right now, and the rhythm of doing just that. Progress photo next week, promise.
Anyway, take care, especially if you’re not in NZ.
4 thoughts on “WIP Wednesday #284”
gentle hugs that the coming weeks will see you return to “balance”….
Did you make any headway with the boss about unreasonable expectations? I am finishing a second novel by Fiona Davis. She uses that technique of going back and forth between now and a while back. I am enjoying her stories a lot.
Yes!! I’m on leave today and I have cover. Woot!
Good. I know you deserved it.