So I'm still catching up on blog posts from when I was frolicking midst glaciers, but I logged in to do this post and noticed on Sharine's Blog, and then on many subsequent blogs, talk about a WIPocalypse. Intrigued, I investigated and went to Measi's Musings. I suggest you check it out as it sounds like fun!
2012 WIPocalypse Goals, so far:
1. College of Magical Knowledge
3. Dark Queen
4. Medieval Shelf
5. Riding the Wave
I'll keep it down to a still impossible 5. HA! I guess I have to stay unemployed. Don't tell my parents.
Unemployment is a funny thing. It was my choice to quit my job, of course, and I don't regret it one bit, but I thought I would have a lot of free time. Instead I'm running errands and cleaning and doing so much, just surprising myself with how much stuff I still have to do. Oh well. I made time today to work on "Riding the Wave." For some reason I seem hell-bent on finishing this project as soon as possible. Also, I'm not enjoying it. I usually don't make a lot of mistakes when I stitch. But there's something about this project that drives me up the wall.
If any of you have read Julie's and Yes Dear's Ravings (and I recommend you do as it's a good read), she has a similar project that drives her insane. Jesus. No, literally, it's a Jesus cross stitch. Julie, if you're reading this, I UNDERSTAND. There's nothing inherently wrong with the project itself. The charting isn't confusing and it's not a difficult project. It's just driving me insane with how much I have to frog.