Have you ever been in a funk? Where you find yourself stuck, unable to move forward, unable to progress, unable to improve?
I have been fighting a creative funk for sometime now. I have been dreaming, drawing, and drafting my ideas to make them a reality. But something small is preventing me from making my dreams into a reality.
This is my something small. He's adorable, snuggly, full of personality, and oh sooooo needy.
The other day I was working on a digital card for a friend, I spent 2 hours on and off of the computer trying to get it done. Each time I sat down, he would run to me with his arms up, asking to be held. Once I had him, he wanted to run the computer.
It is just THAT time. The time he needs me. After having 3 older kiddos, I know how fleeting babyhood is, I am a little less likely to power through these moments. I give in, I hug and love him, and put off until later the creative things I want to do, and I spend my time and love on him.
I am getting precious little accomplished.
I am okay with that.
Honestly, I couldn't be happier.
However, I am happy my book is inspiring others to learn to quilt. Thanks to Denise, for letting me actually put a stitch or two in her quilt, it was nice to get my hands on some fabric for a change.