This week has consisted of launching pattern booklet Number Five, juggling writing pattern booklet Number Six with fielding demands and comments from my three lovely girls (all at home this week), being a taxi driver for said girls, managing one girls' room re-decoration, trying to at least THINK about preparing for a holiday, as well as the usual chores and so on that we all have to do. This busyness led me to mislay my wallet (well, its a knitted purse actually) which sent me into a panic and made me reflect that I need to somehow find a way to slow down.
I eventually found my wallet under my crochet kit box from Crochet Camp, which I sadly have not touched this week, and so am very behind on the projects. I intend to catch up next week! Phew!
So, I haven't had much time to blog until now (and let's face it, I don't REALLY have time now either!), but I can't let Fibre East slip by without a comment.
It was a very hot day on Saturday, when I made a rare solitary excursion out to potter around this local yarn festival.
I'm crazy about yarn, Scotland, food, my husband and my three girls, and I live in a perpetual state of organised chaos. Some just call it creativity.