Monday, March 16, 2009

Keeping up

I find lately that keeping up is challenging....there is just so much to keep up with, so many things I'd like to learn....I have a website and am busy building a new one (with much help from Mark) next up is setting up and testing a new shopping cart so you can buy kits

Then there is facebook, then ravelry (a knitting community) and I upload photos of my knitting and I have a blog and I'd like to figure out rss feed so you can get email of my updates (only if you want to of course) and then there is twitter and I'm definitely not going there right now at least

I need to update my business card to my new colors, which means updating my publisher file, then logging onto the printers site, I'm sure I must have an account, then using their upload program to submit my new card.

and I read others blogs and I 'follow' them so I see when they update and I keep noticing these photo mosaics, Beverly Gilbert has some great ones, so now I want to learn to photo mosaic, which I hear you can do on Flickr and I have a Flickr account, so I want to try to figure it out....

But all this keeping up is exhausting me and really what I need to do is clean, really clean, I can no longer function in the mess I've left behind.

Perhaps next week we'll have a look at photo mosaics.

I have three days before Annie Hesse comes to visit so there is much cleaning to be done.

Funny I don't have a single blog worthy picture to share today, but somehow I'm sure I need a mosaic of pictures, the logic is escaping me right now.


Lynn said...

Do what I do - hang a sign in your foyer that says "Cleaned My House Yesterday. Wish You Could Have Seen It"

I too have a million things I want to learn and do. Definitely not enough hours in the day!

Pamela said...

I am in the SAME place. The little goat path through the house is not near wide enough!

Yes, isnt it interesting that we crave the time to clean? hahaha

Lexi Schwartz said...

Tell Annie hello from me. Annie visited with us when she taught at Kandra's.

Beverly Ash Gilbert said...

I'm with you - never enough time!

Clean? Is that a verb or noun?

Marcia DeCoster said...

Seems that today 'clean' is a verb, must be the spring in the air. I moved the bed to vacuum behind it, egads, it was frightening!

Unknown said...

Cleaning is for those who don't Bead :)