Sorry about that.
Honestly, I needed it. Kinda a lot.
I was working hard on trying to make this blog would be something it's not, and it was stressing me out. I wasn't enjoying sewing, I was just worrying about it. I wasn't working at my own pace, but trying to match the pace of others. Others who stay at home or do this for a living.
I decided I just really needed some time. Time to focus on work, on my life, on my husband, and NOT worry one bit about the blog, or sewing at all, for that matter. Time to purposefully NOT sew, and see if I could be okay (which has a lot to do with the reason I started sewing, and is something I hope to have the guts to share with you some day...)
So what HAVE I been up to? Well, besides putting some time into projects at work...
Brian and I traveled to San Francisco for a whole week. Our first major vacation in a couple years, and it was so worth it. It was our first time there, so we did a ton of sight seeing.
What my happens to my hair in humidity...
Yeah...let's not talk about that...
As far as sewing goes...the last month or so, I've picked it back up. :)
Now, I sew when I have time. I work on things at my pace. I continue to buy and swoon over many lovely fabrics, and daydream about the days when it will be stitched up into something super awesome. I also do my best not to stress about my ever-growing number of WIPs.
Honestly, I'm happier working this way. I guess that makes me the epitome of the currently popular "slow-sewing" movement.
And I'm okay with that.