Do it unapologetically.
Don't be discouraged
by criticism. You probably
know what they are going
to say. Pay no mind to
the fear of failure. It's far
more valuable that success.
Take ownership, take chances,
and have fun. And no matter
what, don't ever stop doing
~ Asher Roth
Have you enjoyed your weekend?
Mine has been very quiet. I finally
blocked my blanket and then took
it for a quick photo shoot before
the rain fell again and the mosquito's
carried me away.
I am so pleased with how this project
turned out and now it is stored away
in the cedar chest until it is wrapped
up to be given away at Christmas.
I started my new knit project Follow Me,
but I made a mistake on one stitch when
I added the contrasting cream stripe. I knit
on it for a few hours more before I knew
I needed to start over, it was really driving
me nuts, it's all I could focus on when I
looked at the shawl, so I ripped back to
the beginning, and now am much happier,
no mistake. I should have just ripped back
as soon as I saw the error, but sometimes
I must learn the hard way. Sigh.
I've watched old movies, The Quiet Man
and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, finished one
Audible book, A Man Called Ove [which
I loved] and began another, . I've gotten
my steps in and just enjoyed peace-filled
Weekending with Karen