Are planners still a thing?
According to my Google calendar (no, we still haven’t found an acceptable physical calendar yet), this week I should have finished my new body block, fitted the muslin for my Livewire suit, and completed the mock-up for a jacket commission. In this reality, however, I’ve rolled up the body block and stuck it in the corner, fretted over where the AF I put my Yaya Han bodysuit pattern, and yelled at the lack of shipping updates for a pattern I ordered last week. Distractedly, I made a High Low Skirt tutorial, re-added a menu to the blog, progressed a few inches on the leather binding for my 18th Century statys, stitched up a quick open front hooded tunic, and uploaded half of the Take & Make patterns to FB.
Since I can’t work on the commission, today’s goals are to finish photo editing for a publication and to order black taffeta swatches for our 18th Century gowns. So far, I’ve gone to the comic shop, opened the editing software, ordered the swatches, and Tweeted a pic of my kiddo watching Hamilton clips for the first time. This post is my break from all that hard work.
With all that #procrastination out of way, I’m going to try to get through these images before we expose the kids to their first D&D session. Wish us luck!
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