It was interesting to read the different ways people save and some of you are far more OCD then I
care hope to ever be! LOL
- 80% replied that once completed, they delete photos taken of projects in progress keeping only pictures of finishes and maybe a special one or two of progress.
- 20% said you plan to keep only the photos of completed projects but just haven't gotten around to cleaning up their files.
So looks like a 100% agreement and now I know what I must do. Delete, purge, and be more like Henry David Thoreau - Live Simple. It sure will reduce the clutter and make it easier to update my tab of Finishes for each year.
I had my guild meeting this morning and taught a finishing class. Not something I am comfortable with....standing in front of all these incredibly talented women but I seem to have a new found confidence in myself and my abilities, I feel more sure of myself than I used to. I think I can identify the turning point but am unsure if I can share it properly. Just suffice to say, a friend from the past came back into my life and the unconscious doubt I had hovering over me like a specter because of the 'broken' friendship has been lifted. I really didn't have any idea there was such a weight of self-doubt hovering over me until it was gone! So mend fences my friends; it will lift the burden.
|This is Lizzie Kate's ABC's of Aging and I don't know if I shared a photo after it was framed. |
It hangs over the chair in my little stitching corner in the bedroom.
Alright, too much daddling here.....I need to type of this morning's minutes super quick, pack a bag, stop at my favorite Exit 10 Wawa for coffee and head into Philly for the night. (the coffee stop always makes me WIRED by the time I hit East Falls. My daughter will be amused as always.) It will be a night of good food, family, friends, laughter and then off to Christmas shop in the morning!