One of my bigger problems in life is that I want to do everything all at the same time. Son in the ER with a raging staph infection? Great time to teach myself to crochet!
There is almost nothing that I'm not at least a little interested in except maybe tennis and golf.
|Sorry for the rotten quality - forgot to check my settings after the camera got back from the shop!|
Oh it was beautiful in my mind!!!
But then I remembered that my boy has to bathe in bleach three times a week and wash with antimicrobial two times a week and my husband is sick and my step daughter is trying to move out and blah blah blah blah blah...
And even though I could probably redo the Elmo costume to be a GREAT valentine costume, I just decided to just do this:
And of course, I made these for the teachers. Because...I never know when to stop:
|(Here's where you can get the printable. I just layered with vellum and card stock.)|
I even let the kid help make her own Valentines!
Ok, I let her help on the envelopes, and the insides of the cards. But still, that's not bad for a recovering perfectionist with a hell-bent-on-destruction toddler "helping":
I STILL want to do almost every single project I've ever seen on Pinterest.
I'd look for a support group...but I still want to learn how to crochet a hat first.
(Mom, Dad, and anyone else who has never Pinterest-ed...here's my Pinterest right here! Apologies for being an enabler.)