Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Taking a little break

I have absolutely no interest in sewing or crafting of any kind for that matter and really haven't for about a month. Just after I spent a lot of money to take the quilt class.

I haven't even had much interest in reading the wonderful blogs I was looking forward to reading each day.

To those who do come by here occasionally thank you, I know who you are and I will be back around and hopefully have something to show for the time off.

I just don't know if it will be sooner or later.

For now, I am going to read a book.


Nancy said...

Reading is good. What are you reading? That crafting mojo will come back when it is ready. Pretty exciting news your 1st child has been sharing. Can't wait to see the outcome of it all.

amy - directionally challenged said...

Have to agree.. my crafting seems to ebb and flow. Right now, I haven't even wanted to post to my blog (and I read other blogs even more randomly).

Enjoy the break! We'll be here when you get back.

JLynnette (Aunt Jo) said...

Enjoy your break. We all need one now and again.

Linda said...

Oooo... whatcha reading? I LOVE reading! I can not go to bed without reading atleast a chapter or two or three... LOL :D
It is always good to take a break... makes ya appreciate it more when ya come back to it! :)
I prefer murder mystery type books. Quilting is my calming, books are my 'danger' LOL
Enjoy your break! Be good to yourself!

urban craft said...

I hear you. I just finished a swap and I think I've got burn out. But then I have all these projects I want to do and maybe not knowing what to do first is what's making me just want to take a break. Cool blog, I will check back. Thanks!

G'G'ma said...

A break is good...even if it's from something you like to do. Reading is good too. I bought 2 books at Barnes and Noble this morning for when I don't feel like sewing, stamping or doing things I should be doing!!!

Annie said...

A book report when you come back? I'm always in the market for good book recommendations!

Enjoy the spring! It's beautiful in T-town this time of year.