Yarn, Crochet and New Year

Wow…2008 already. So, I start the year not with resolutions but with a HUGE to-do list.

I have three submissions to finish
Yarn to keep spinning
More to put into the Etsy shop (which is really annoying to do on dial up because frankly it hangs up all the time…takes FOREVER…which is why I don’t have a ton up there.)
Finish the website
Finish the Newsletter (almost done)
Finish my book…(3/4 done)
Get the book ready to publish and publish it
Get the Crochet Liberation Front Book Planned (and put together…if not TWO books)

Yeah…and run my spinning group, and get ready for this years Stanwood Camano Fair…Hopefully stop by the Madrona fiber festival…Get my fee paid and register for a booth at Oregon Flock and Fiber Festival…

And finish my propsal to be a teacher…

All that while homeschooling two kids, cleaning the house (obviously that one goes down the priority list…duh)…and taking some kind of family vacation this year…

GOOD LUCK TO ME!

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About thegoldenme

I love crochet and hand-spinning. I am visually impaired, and thus extremely tactile. I love texture and color, and creating things that feel good, and look good has made life richer and warmer.
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