Saturday, June 11, 2011

Crawling out from under my rock...

Do you ever have one of those days where one part of your brain just won't kick in?  I try to stay productive by just letting that part of my brain rest and use the other parts until I can get it together.  If I'm not having any truly creative thoughts, I work on bookkeeping or chopping moulding until I can get my creative side to kick in.  Because of this, I have a really bad habit of working on ALL the orders at the same time.  If moulding comes in, I chop and build ALL the frames for the upcoming orders.  When the mats arrive, I organize them for each order and get them cut to size.  The result of working this way is that at the end of the week I'm about three fourths of the way through eveything but I have nothing to show for it.  That's where I found myself last week, therefore I didn't post anything.  I have a little more to show for my efforts this week, and I can hardly wait to show you what I'm finishing up for next week.  They will truly knock your socks off!

Doggy update:
Midge (little miss thing) is finally sleeping through the night just like a grown-up.  Gidget (littler miss thing) has
finally learned how to wake me up when she needs something by putting her fuzzy little face in mine.  What a pleasant way to be roused from a deep sleep.

Until next time,

Here's last week's progress:

(I couldn't help myself!  Can you even stand it?)


Cindy said...

I understand how you feel about the creative part of your brain, I have the same issue somedays. I love reading about your babies, I have one too. And she by passed princess and went right for queen. Good luck this week.:)
Love Cindy Lou from Cheasapeake, VA

Wendy said...

Yes, some days we need to let other parts of our brain take over. However, it would be nice if those parts would still work with the rest of our brain and body! Love your furbabies in front of the family portrait. Such lovely work again!

mdgtjulie said...

Lovely Jill. You do such great work!!

Rensel Studio said...

Cindy, It's funny, Gidget's name was almost Cindy Lou Who! You'll note the resemblance!

MysteryKnitter said...

Nice dogs. They fit.