Trouble with the internet always slows down things here… I am not sure about you. Ours’ was down parts of yesterday and today. But instead using the downtime for creating in the studio I have been sorting… dishes, clothes, cook books, items in the pantry…I am still de-cluttering. Yes, the house is listed (thank you to all who have shared the listing thus far!!!) but with doing the marketing ourselves much of my energy is going into different ideas and approaches.
Who knew that these days private home sellers are encouraged to create a website for their house? I rejected that suggestion when I read the information provided by the listing company last Saturday… but then the idea grew on me. Yesterday morning I spent some time to take pictures and I started a website to share more in-depth information about our house. Here is the link, in case you are interested or think friends/family might be.
Back to the studio and limited time spent there: First, I need to send a huge thank you to Cindi today. She read about “National Letter Writing Month” on my blog… Imagine my surprise when I stopped at the post office in town yesterday and found a note from Cindi in our box! Cindi, an Art Quilt Campus 2015 & 2016 participant, decided to jump in on the letter writing action and share a personal, hand written note with me! Thank you, thank you, thank you, Cindy! That’s what it is all about – these little surprises, the thought and action of surprising someone. I really appreciate the note! It provides energy during these busy times!
Observing some semblance of a routine I keep writing into my journal. The Drream Pop-Open Cards are really motivating. Every day I look forward to carving out a small amount of time to reflect on the individual quote for the day pulled from the box at random. It is interesting where my thoughts go and how I interpret them. Some days the words come easy, other days they are more sluggish. The important thing is that I am keeping to a writing routine.
Monday I am off to Saskatoon for an evening meeting presentation at the Saskatoon Quilters’ Guild. I will be speaking on the virtue of handwork. On the agenda is my “Everything Old is New Again” presentation about the Slow Stitching Movement and how I have been affected by this phenomena. I will have my newest Kantha work with me. All pieces were created since the beginning of February.
It’s time to publish this post. I am off to the Moose jaw Art Guild meeting tonight. It’s always good to connect with like-minded people! Hope the sun is shining where you are!