This week I am taking you down a new road with my creative journey. But before that...I gotta tell you about the way the week started. Sunday was Father's Day (no duh Jenni). We went to Sunday school, church, grocery store, cleaned house then had Billy's family over for a late lunch. While in the middle of all that my Mom came to borrow a vehicle to get her new grill. Billy and William went to play golf and Mailey drove me nuts wanting attention. (As if 4 days straight Mommy time wasn't enough at the lake). I was testy. Irritable. Yeah. Me. By nightfall I HAD to get my 52 canvas week 14 painting done. It was the last day of the week. So I got Mailey contained and started the painting just as I blogged about. But still I was irritable and restless. After getting the painting started Billy and William returned so I decided to put on the running shoes and get the head clean the best way I know. With a run. An hour later I was back and feeling like I'd been run over at the knees. Strange. I don't usually feel this way after a run. I ran back downstairs, finished the painting then quickly blogged about it. Whew. Week 14 done. Off to bed.
Monday morning I am sitting on the porch enjoying coffee and quiet when it hits me again....the irritable grouchiness. And then....well.....I am just going to call it this because you will so get the picture, I got the "Mexican Drinking Water Hex". Lovingly calling it that. Yep. 24 hours straight being sick. Followed by 24 hours of coma sleep and Lily cuddles. Yeah, I decided that she is the only one who loves me unconditionally. Because during my 48 hex, my family scattered to the four corners of the earth. Except her.
Tuesday night, using every bit of energy I could muster I got down to the basement determined to get the puffy heart out of my head. (Literally I ran 1 hour Sunday night....straight. By Tuesday night walking down stairs I nearly needed oxygen. It was scary.) Quickly I threw out the supplies I needed onto the floor.
Revival of Vintage show! The larger ones will have the vintage fabric fronts with the cuff placed across the front. The back is a coordinating fabric. In my banner logo I state, "scattering joy through...paint.fabric.metal". I've not made anything out of fabric in a spell. This just seems a perfect fit for my thread....