Its done nothing but drizzle for the past few days. Grey dreary days. We feel like we are back in winter, not spring. Its the annual Yungaburra folk festival and the little town is buzzing. I feel sorry for the poor campers, my neighbour rang and asked me to open up their holiday home for them as friends of theirs should have been camping but its just too wet and they asked if they could use their place as a refuge from the storm.
The nice weatherman just told us they we are going to get a bad cyclone season - oh great. I'll have to send one of the boys up on the roof to check everythings okay up there, start cutting trees down that are near the house and make the shed secure for all the power tools. We don't usually get the cyclones in our area till after christmas but its better to be prepared early.
I'm struggling to get back into crafting again, I've had a week or two not doing anything and I just can't get back into the swing of things. My patterns are selling and people are asking for new ones so I need to get my finger out. All I seem to be doing is homework and going back and forth between the TAFE college and home. My brain just seems to switch off once I get home and all I want to do is go collapse in the chair and watch tv with a cup of coffee.
I suppose it will all come good soon. I need something to fire up the passion in me again. I haven't done any embroidery for ages, once I would embroider well into the early hours once the bug got me. But then it had a purpose - I needed to destress after looking after my hubby, something to take my mind off the endless doctors visits and treatments, it soothed my mind and soul and I could lose myself for a few hours in the peace and quiet of a dark night.
Now I have to find that passion again.
Life seems to be in limbo, I feel like I am waiting for something big to happen. There is this intense feeling that I can't seem to shake off. I can't move forward. I know I should just ride it out patiently, that this pause is serving a purpose. But I've never really been a patient one.
Depending on what the weather is like tomorrow I might push myself to venture out garage saling. I have this urge to rummage through old things and find a bargain, I need a project that doesn't involve hook, needles, threads and wool.