At the end of summer, I practice self-evaluation and goal-setting. That is when I make my resolutions. I work and live in an academic cycle, I guess.
January 1st, when the year is fresh and new, I like to just be. To appreciate. To love. To be kind. To be gentle with myself and others. To sit (metaphorically) in stillness and not judge or search for faults or weaknesses or missed opportunities. For me, this is the perfect way to open a new year.
Let the awesomeness of 2016 begin!
2015 hasn’t quite lived up to my expectations. Thankfully, it’s only February and there’s time for this year to perk up.
Please, 2015: perk up!
I’m always hopeful, so here are some things I’m looking forward to…
How many edits are required to satisfy a persnickety tutorial-writer? I don’t know. I’ll let you know when I’m done.
Yes, I edited the Memory Wire Beaded Kumihimo tutorial. Again. Apparently, it takes six hands to photograph this while executing the technique. Sadly, I don’t have six hands. I’ve had to improvise. Repeatedly. It’s working. Sort of.
I’m not a giver-upper.
I’m also looking forward to teaching Beaded Kumihimo at Parkland Community College this summer.
This will be our in-class project when I teach Beaded Kumihimo this summer.
More Beaded Kumihimo
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Dearest 2015, get your act together now. Please.