I apologize in advance, folks – this week’s post isn’t going to be terribly entertaining. I’m freaking exhausted. I went from the craziest week ever (so much stress, so many things going on!) to the most relaxing weekend ever (Ross and I spend the weekend at the West Baden Springs Resort, a little trip we do every year around the end of January), so I didn’t really have much chance to even think about the blog. I didn’t even do any crafting this week! Blog-wise, I’m on a roll, though, and have been cranking out at least one post a week since the beginning of the year – and I really don’t want to lose my momentum. So, this week will be devoted to a collection of nerdy rambles, in no particular order.
- Remember the Rose Quartz costume I told you guys I was going to work on making in last week’s post? Well, I have the first part, thanks to my friend Kasi – she’s loaned me her uber-poofy floor-length petticoat. It’s going to be PERFECT for my Rose costume.
- I got to borrow a fancy tablet monitor from work to use as a second monitor with my work laptop, and guess what – it’s a touchscreen, too! After some fighting with drivers, I managed to get it to behave well enough to doodle in Photoshop, so I’m going to test it out for some more heavy duty drawing soon. Plus, it’s going to be awesome to be able to have that little guy in my lap to take notes on PDFs on for work.
- I’m attempting to reduce my crocheting overwhelmedness by picking one of the myriad of in-progress projects and actually finishing it. Right now, I’ve got a number of things in the works, including a sweater, a cowl cape, a dragonfly shawl, a hat (I’m seriously three rows away from being done with that sucker), and an awesome blanket I’m working on for a friend’s baby. I’m currently working on said awesome blanket – that’s going to be my “work on this sucker until it’s done” project.
- I almost dug out some cross stitch today. I have two projects in the works that I haven’t touched in years – a Sailor Moon pattern that I made myself, and a Sherlock pattern for my friend Josie. I hope I finish that Sherlock project before Josie’s next birthday – it’s already two birthdays late. :X
I promise there’ll be a far more entertaining post next week – if I can get my hands on my camera tripod, I’m going to attempt to record a video tutorial! I’m excited about being able to use my video development skills on something new. 🙂