I'm getting things done this week. I just need to keep it up.
I've even sneaked in some time to embroider paisleys while cuddling Evan at night. He giggles when the needle comes through the fabric, chanting, "Here it comes, here it comes, here it comes..." I've got to get this on tape.
After the Sewing Summit keynote in two weeks, I have a film crew coming to my home studio to tape an online class. I am designing the project today, after I go over a newsletter to introduce Lottie Da. Of course, the fabric I am supposed to use for the class is not in the United States yet (this is a different group of fabrics than Lottie Da). And then the day after the shoot is my high school reunion in the San Francisco bay area. I have to decide if I can fit that in. I don't want to regret not going for the next decade. And I can't put off arranging flights and hotel, so I have to decide this weekend without knowing how I'll survive the next two weeks.
In the mix, I would like to complete the embroidery patterns that I'm anxious to introduce. And get things rolling along for a tradeshow in October, followed by another fabric collection due November 1st. Oh, and costumes for Halloween. You know that I can't let that slip. It looks like I better get some help on Lottie Da samples for Market.
As they say, one foot in front of the other. I'm not leaving my studio much for the next few weeks. For me, it's one thought in front of the other. So far, so good. We'll see how I feel in a few days!