How's your summer coming along? Ours is coming along just swimmingly. I've stocked up on sunscreen although the freckles are still popping up around here on Azure and Pearl, my two fair skin beauties. This baby I'm growing is quietly but constantly moving, no big, wild kicks, but always gently reminding me he/she is there.
With a whole bouquet of others to care for, I sometimes need that reminder that a new one will join our family in just a few short months. No serious nesting yet, but decluttering is at the forefront. I'm reading "Unclutter Your Life" that I grabbed at the library. If you don't find beauty, joy, or functionality in something, get rid of it. Don't keep things out of guilt of cost or sentiment if they don't fit the above. It's freeing, I tell you. Do you have any hints that keep your "stuff" in check?
I am getting ready for the Sewing Soiree tonight and thought I'd ask those who won't be able to come [what, 99% of you? ;)], what you are working on in your sewing endeavors. There are a million gajillion tutorials out there in blogland, but is there something you would like to learn here that you haven't been able to find?I'll tell you something I'd like to learn. How to make popovers that don't stick. We used to have non-stick popover pans, but they didn't last very long with the high heat it takes to cook them. Are there any secrets out there?
Also, this is what I look like when I'm deep in thought, apparently, in my NEO coming-along sewing studio. I have a few more things I'd like to do, but it's so wonderful to have [almost] my own space. The orange just makes me happy when I walk in.
And speaking of happiness, this was a few weeks ago, Clover celebrating with Azure her preschool graduation. I love it when they're best friends. Makes me even happier than orange ;).