Iâ€™ve been trying to make time for fun every day and Iâ€™ve been accumulating a list of fun things that I used to do as a child – flying a kite is definitely on that list. Using bright blues and greens for to create these fused scrappy backgrounds was also fun.
Today Iâ€™m not just connecting with the idea of fun, Iâ€™m also seeing her run. I have this great desire to run away today – to a new adventure.
The house we were anxiously awaiting to move into was somehow built over utility easements – just one corner of it. I have no idea how in 20 years since it was constructed no one noticed; it has stumped everyone in the process. But until the easement is vacated by all 3 utility companies, no house for us – yet. We are going to take a break for a week or two and then look for another house. In the meantime, Iâ€™ll be unpacking my studio and settling back in. This last month where half of our home is packed (we were originally to move May 1), Iâ€™ve been slowly stitching on larger quilts for warmth and not making art quilts as much leaving me feeling a bit disconnected from myself. I miss the spontaneity of seeing a fabric on my shelf and knowing just what art quilt I want to make next.
She makes time for fun every day (8â€ x 10â€)
Back to the topic of fun, Iâ€™d love to expand my fun list. What activities are fun for you?