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Hi! I've been under the weather this holiday season but I'm glad to be back. You can start the blog hop here at yours truly or perhaps you've joined me from Carolyn Spear's Making Romance Magical blog. In either case, welcome!
Xio Axelrod brings us this week's hop. A day in the life of....
What do I do when I’m not writing? I chase a fourteen month old. When I’m not doing that I find the time to read.
What I haven’t done in a while is paint or knit. I haven’t knitted anything in over seventeen months, possibly longer. This post made me realize that I should pick out a winter project to work on. It’s something that I really enjoy and at the end of the project I have something that I created, from string, that I can wear. It amazes me. I used to do afghans but those take too long now. I stick to small projects like wraps, scarfs, or socks. (Sometimes ambition gets me and I make a sweater.) Socks are a lot of fun to make. Before I attempted a pair of socks it was really intimidating but once I figured it out it became an obsession. Since I haven’t been able to knit - it’s been low on my list of priorities - I just collect sock patterns and books with sock patterns. It’s really a disease I should probably get help for.
I also collect books about art journals which is another thing I like to do (art journal and collect art journal books for ideas and inspiration) when I’m not writing. It’s a wonderful way to express my emotions and there are really very few rules. It’s the opposite of knitting where I follow a pattern and intend to make something that matches as much as I can get it to the picture. Art journaling allows me to just paint or drawn or even write - words, phrases, or a short journal entry to go along with the art.
Hop on over to Katie O'Connor's blog to find out about her day in the life. See you next week.
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