Tuesday, March 26, 2013

auditioning and wraps-ups


I started the morning with all good intentions - the only way to a fresh start is with fresh materials - so I pulled a couple of the "mine" bins from the shelf and began eyeballing things. Too many things, as it turned out.

Unfortunately, I also came across FOUR nearly finished small things and my Yankee frugality kicked in and derailed my boho-creative side for practical matters at hand. Git 'er done.

3 comments:

Jeannie said...

LOL! That damn Yankee frugality! Combine that with my Grandmother's "idle hands are the Devil's workshop" and it is amazing that I haven't leapt off a tall building (none exist here, so don't worry. LOL!) I always wondered what I would create in the Devil's workshop, but didn't dare ask. :) Love Voodoo supervising the process.

Deb said...

LOL.. I heard it was the Devil's Playground.. Sounds like a good time to me.

Add to this my indoctrination in "multi-tasking" at Ma Bell who made it clear that we had to do at least two jobs simultaneously if we wanted to get paid for one.

tiedyejudy said...

Love the Ma Bell philosophy, Deb! I'm a Ma Gas gal, and we got the same thing when I was on the phones... file applications while you're talking to customers... and it went down hill from there, but I did enjoy most of my time in non-phone jobs! As for idle hands, I always heard "busy hands are happy hands", so mine must be delirious, because they never get to just sit there and twiddle... lol, indeed!