I suppose I can’t wait for my NC clock to catch up to me. If I did, it would only be discombobulated again when Daylight Savings Time arrives on Sunday. Therefore, I started my first ‘official’ day back in the studio trying to make a few plans.
I pulled out my notebook and my brand spanking new pencils that I picked up at the Cath Kidston store – I do love me some really cool pencils – and contemplated what I might make from this colorful mini bear fur fabric. The possibilities are truly endless.
I decided I needed a little sign on the door so my thought processes wouldn’t be disturbed. I couldn’t make up my mind which one really described my situation.
Was I brainstorming or busy thinking? Are they the same? You see my dilemma. Then I thought really, who is going to disturb me – maybe if I am lucky, someone will. The clock was ticking.
My mind wandered off into wouldn’t-a-snack-be-kind-of-nice-land and it occurred to me that it might just be the thing to get my brain cells going. This little box which I never expected I would ever see in our house sort of came home with us –
filled with a sample of macaroons. I only knew of this company’s reputation from reading here and there, but the box says they were established in 1862. My husband says they are some old, old cookies. It might be a good idea to eat them before they get any older.
I finally ended up following the “Just do it” advice from the Nike commercials and pulled out one piece of fabric, my pen and a pattern. This is where I landed by afternoon’s end.
I do believe it’s time for another cookie.