Sunday, October 4, 2009

little bit

Today was a "little bit' day.

A little bit of crafting in the car


A little bit of despair at the mess

A little of me blabbing on about myself over here
(with thanks to gorgeous Linda who says such nice stuff about me)


and a little bit of that sinking feeling that comes with having to go back to work tomorrow.

26 comments:

  1. you mean your crafting isn't your full time job?

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  2. Won't be long before it's Christmas holidays , does this help just a little , take care .

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  3. I'm impressed that you're only feeling a little bit of despair at the mess. My despair levels at the mess in our house have reached record heights!!!!
    So you can understand why I'm rather excited for school to go back tomorrow.
    :-)

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  4. Back from Mildura 8pm and a LOT of despair about going back to school tomorrow!! 10 weeks to go!!

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  5. Were you doing a little bit of driving whilst crafting? Now that's something I haven't tried yet (or have I....?). Hope the going back to work thing goes ok - sometimes the anticipation is the worst bit. Fingers crossed for you xo

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  6. Hey Jodie! :-)

    I enjoyed every second of reading that interview and revisiting your photographs! Awesome stuff! Whenever you feel a need to get over yourself... just remember you are awesome! Coz you are!

    Hugs! Vik xx

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  7. I've spent the day reminding myself I have only to turn up to work on 40 days before the next holidays.

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  8. I wish you didn't have to go back to work and you could just craft all day instead! Great interview - I like your advice on getting over yourself. I must remember that one!

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  9. Yes. School.

    I marked 70 essays today. I'm ready! (And my house is messier than yours, I'm sure!)

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  10. mess, meh ... it's just stuff ... my house is always messy, but i alway know where everything is ... when i clean i can never find anything!...

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  11. The mess... it was the cat wot dunnit! Tell 'im off!

    Crafting in the car... Was that when you were also on the phone and driving with your feet and a small child doing the pedals? Now THAT'S multi-tasking!

    Yeah, work has a habit of getting in the way of real life. Our term started last week too. I'm knackered already!!

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  12. Sometimes a little is just enough.

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  13. Today I need a little bit of conditioner. My hair is a fright wig

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  14. oh good luck at work! love your elephants, too cute!

    Corrie;)

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  15. Perhaps I shouldn't tell you that we are just starting spring break!

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  16. I share you sinking feeling -- I SO don't want the weekend to end. I've been cleaning all weekend, but it's been so much fun. I LOVE those little faces!!!

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  17. Oh well, it's Monday now, and you've gone to work...Don't you feel better now that the first day of the week is over and that you didn't call in sick and that you did actually go to work and get everything done that you needed to? lol
    Come over and enter my giveaway when you have the chance!

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  18. That 2 weeks always flies Jodie. Just one more term to Christmas holidays so let the countdown begin!
    Hugs ~ Kerryanne

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  19. Messing craft rooms are a sign of creativity, at least, that is what I always tell myself! Great photos with that interview!

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  20. I just loved that interview and so great to see so many of your lovely things together like that :)

    Good luck for work. I'm hanging on in there for the next three weeks and then we get a whole week off - woohoo!

    xxx

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  21. I LOVED reading the interview, and revisiting so many of your gorgeous photos. My very favorites of your crafts are when you tell a story to go with the dolls, elephants, or other adorable creatures. I don't think you school will ever let you become a full time crafter - they would miss you too much! Think of all the lives you've changed by being Mrs. Ric Rac, the amazing librarian.

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  22. ahhhh jodiepoo, still see you are living life to the max!!! mobile sewing rooms are ace, I have one too.. the case is seldom opened, BUT do you know that you can baste one hexagon whilst waiting at traffic lights??? people do get a tad pissed off if you are still sewing when the lights change though :O)


    Lissa
    the itinerant blogger

    PS I LOVE the message bots are you selling them finished or as a pattern or both???

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  23. Fabulous write up and inerview for a fabulous creative woman-you are such an inspiration

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Hellloooooo !!!!