“Life is short, Break the Rules.
Forgive quickly, Kiss SLOWLY.
Love truly. Laugh uncontrollably
And never regret ANYTHING
That makes you smile.”
Today, after a busy mornings work, I did the unthinkable. I took to the bed at 4pm (that’s in the afternoon). Truth be told, it started as a quick lie down with two used teabags resting on my eyes. I woke up a couple of hours later, under the covers with thoughts of Mr.? playing on my mind. Despite looking the worst for wear, I felt no guilt! I felt slightly naughty, squandering two hours of a working day on beauty sleep, interjected by thoughts of a certain…. However, I felt completely invigorated to have wasted this time so blissfully. My mantra: nothing is wasted if you can truly justify its worth.
So, what with that ever increasing stash of once off, hand dyed, spun by a virgin bathing in a lake of asses’ milk, yarns which you felt were a must buy when you spent your bread on them? Do not fear! Keep your secrets closer than your friends and all will be well.
Concealing your stash can be difficult. I suggest finding some excellent mini projects to treat your friends to instead. Giving is
always so much easier than receiving. One-ball projects are most definitely the
way to rid you of that guilty stash. Incorporating stripes, intarsia, Fair
Isle, pom poms, finger puppets, the list is endless. Find new, innovative ways to
dispel that unnecessary guilt and all the while, increasing your actual friend
stash. Blossoming motifs and flowers are a great way to use up little bits of
yarns. Not only can the fuzzy flora be used to adorn necklines, hairlines and
even cheer up the breadline, if you are there!
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