A Behavior Pattern
If you haven't already guessed, I am trying my darnedest to participate in NaBloPoMo by posting every day this month. This will hopefully get me in the habit of posting more frequently again. It's easy to get out of the habit and let the blog languish, and I'd rather not let that happen.
I am working on organizing my craft supplies now that we plan to stay in our house for a very long time. Today I put all my sewing patterns in one place:
Can you believe that pile? There have to be at least 20 individual patterns. I'm embarrassed to admit that most have never been used. At least I've usually only paid $1-2 each and I've gotten a few for free. Even so, I really should do some more sewing. The three huge boxes of fabric also indicate that I should get around to doing some more sewing. Of course, I also have three huge boxes of yarn, two big boxes of embroidery floss, rubber stamp supplies, beading supplies, and one big box of miscellaneous craft stuff. Yes, organizing is an eye-opening experience.