Why is it that no matter where I am I feel unsettled and always long for where I’ve been? Why can’t I just enjoy my current space and time?
I think I’m going to take up weaving. Textiles might be just the thing I need to get out of my funk.
I can defiantly tell there is a difference between visiting your hometown and feeling nostalgic and actually moving back to your hometown.
This year I wasn’t going to make any New Year’s resolution because I never end up keeping them but a couple of things happened that made me decide to make one.
1.) Be an Adult.
I haven’t been taken things, important things, in my life seriously enough. I need to start paying attention to what I’m doing now and start planning for my future. I’m at the end of my 20-somethings and time is not going to stop for me. It’s time to kick the grow-up bar up a notch.
paintedgirlart replied to your post “So… My Sketchbook Project book has to be in the mail by the 15th of…”Dude that happened to me last year but I managed to get it in. This year I ended up so far behind that I don’t think I’ll be mailing mine in.
Oh no! Sorry to hear that, I would have loved to see it. I feel like I have to get mine done because I was overly excited and paid for digitized.
On the note of things left undone… I totally still owe you a letter. hah >.> I’m clearly on top of things.
It sucks a bit but I’m just going to disassemble the sketchbook and save the four pages I did do and try again next year. Best of luck on getting your’s done. When I was in a bind last year I just took out some pages so it wouldn’t be so long, might want to try that if it gets too close to crunch time.
No worries on the letter I know life gets crazy. Still I am looking forward to hearing from you when you get the chance.