Deep breath.However, at the end of the day I am one person, with a demanding job, and three little girls and I just have to prioritize. That often means the blog is put at the end of the To Do list. Just look, yesterday I missed my Own Thursday Think Tank linky party because I was busy juggling a quilt finish with packing to take one last visit East this summer. Agh!
Why the confession? On the one hand I need to remind myself that I started this blog to document my creative process and find like-minded folk. Judgey people need not proceed further. If I *fail* at being a proper blogger so be it. I have to stop being so hard on myself. More importantly this outburst is also about Thanking my friends, both real life and virtual, for taking the time to stop by and leave me comments. I do love your visits and it means so much that you bother to care and take an interest in my small corner of the world.
Those of you who are wiser than I and who have gone down the path of motherhood, career, and creativity before me will I am sure reassure me that a balance will come. In the meantime I will keep on making Rebecca Lynne.
Now, onto the finish! Here is a (hilarious) pic of me documenting my first hooded infinity scarf...made with Anna Maria Horner Folksy voile. It is deliciously silky and light. Um yeah, you know I have a small AMH obsession so I am thrilled to be able this gorgeousness out and about. Also, since I know you would be interested, this scarf is wide enough to double as a shawl as well. Awesome right? YUM!!!
|Hooded Infinity Scarf AMH Voile|
How about you... Interested in a hooded infinity scarf for the fall?
Linking up to TGIFF. Go check out the finished goods!
- rebecca lynne