I'm just really curious. My question was originally going to be:
How do you all do it?
Instead, I'm rephrasing:
How do you do it all?
If you have a full-time job, how do you have the energy to sew after a long day, after a long week? If you pick up little ones from day care?
If you are a SAHM, how do you sandwich in sewing time when they no longer nap?
Maybe it's just me. Maybe I'm just not as organized as I think I am. But honestly. It takes a boatload of time (at least for me it does) to write, photograph, upload pictures to blogger, upload pictures to Flickr, read blogs, comment on other people's blogs, try to respond to comments on my own blog, and then find time to sew so that I will even have something to write about! Sometimes it zaps all my energy.
And I only work part-time. And have no children at home (although I do try to babysit as often as I can). And I have a husband who is totally supportive of what I'm trying to get done. In fact, he is encouraging me to do more!
But I want to spend time with him, my family, my friends. I like to read. Do I need to quit sleeping?
Really. I would love some comments/suggestions. Maybe I just need to reorganize my time. Help me out here.
This is all the sewing I got done in the past week. Six more blocks of Amanda Jean's 36-patch quilt-along, which is now officially named Crazy Lips ("crazy" in honor of Amanda Jean's awesome blog, and "lips" in reference to that odd fabric that I wrote about last week--thanks for all your honest comments on that, by the way!)
Lee's blog and see what everyone else has been up to.