Apr 26, 2017

FRETTERS OF THE WORLD...UNITE!!



I haven't stitched in several days and have been...blech.  Today, however, I am absolutely positively determined to remedy that little situation, just as soon as I have my bagel and Vitamin water.  Bosco and I had a good sleep and now are contemplating a move out to the patio to soak up a little sun and fresh air and...stitch!

As for the 86 fake problems and 13 real ones...tomorrow is another day.

Onward!

18 comments:

  1. Enjoy the sunshine and your stitching with Bosco by your side, Coni! I think the rainy days create that blech feeling.

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  2. LMAO I know the feeling... this too shall pass & you'll feel right as rain in no time. Enjoy the sunshine & Bosco while I draft facings for the blouse I've been working on.
    Blessings Baa

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  3. I know that feeling as well and maybe you just need some of that good Vit D so head out to the sunshine and enjoy the day.

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  4. Oh good so it is not just me with those problems? I also am thinking about going out to the lanai, but it is suppose to reach 89 and it may be too hot for outdoors. My recliner will do just fine. Have a good day with Bosco.

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  5. Bravo! I shall take inspiration from your example. ♥ Hugs & Prayers, Cathryn

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  6. Oh my goodness, that saying describes me to a tee. Maybe we should start a club. I think there are more of us out there than are willing to admit. Have a great day and soak up that sun!

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  7. That good sleep probably was restorative. Enjoy the sunshine D (with screen), reenergizing and returning to the needle. Down with blech!

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  8. Make a list of all problems real and imagined - then cross off all those imagined. Put a star by the real ones that you can fix. Make a separate page of the starred problems - I bet it is pretty small! Pick one and deal with it - then go stitch, sun, and pet Bosco. This has helped me focus and unfret, which I really need sometimes. Like now - can only stitch beginner stuff till I get the post surgery cast off my right hand!

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    1. Turns out that most of the problems ARE real. The problem is that I can't put any stars next to any of them because I can't fix them! Oey.

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  9. Hope you are feeling better soon. - Kathleen

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  10. Sounds perfectly lovely...woke up here to a winter weather advisory snow on the ground....and it is still snowing as they say this too shall pass!šŸ’

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  11. OMG...we must be related...I have the same issues!!!!
    Patricia

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  12. Coni, that just means that you are HUMAN. Kind of like going to Web MD and being convinced that you have every disease imaginable. Go easy on yourself. How about a small glass of port?

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  13. Oh yeahhh, we all have those days, sometimes you just need to reboot your batteries other days you give yourself a shake and keep keeping on.
    Filling your eyes with green scenery is a powerful boost to your mental wellbeing and movement is essential for both mental and physical maintenance, even if you just take a slow stroll around your neck of the woods, checking out the local pets and gardens.

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  14. I am sure sitting out in the sun did you good :)

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  15. I appreciate knowing that I am not the only one who has this problem. Gives me hope for the future! Once again, Coni, you are right!!!! Thanks again for you and your blog.

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  16. You and I are also twins! I am also a world class fretter, I just worry that the world will not go on without me making it better. I have realized that stitching makes it go away also. Hug Bosco for me. Hugs to you!

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