Sleep is a good thing.

It’s Sabbath Sunday! Today is the day to rest and re-charge. Usually I have some ideas on what to do to break out of your routine but not today. Some days you just have to rest. It’s the end of school, just finished Tara’s (my daughter) birthday, and still getting my new project organized. I don’t know about you but I am worn out.

So today is a good day to grab a movie and do some couch surfing. What is your favorite movie to watch between naps? Mine is Big Fat Greek Wedding. It reminds me of my Grama’s home.

Happy Crafting!

With inky fingers,

Joni 🙂

Spring Break!

It’s Sabbath Sunday! While I am travelling back from OnStage and unpacking (laundry, etc.) my daughter is beginning her spring break. Now today is not much of a break for her as she is away for a Drumline Competition, but I know some of the weekdays will have sleeping in as part of her schedule.

Yes, the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. I believe she is in five different bands at school as well as her core classes. I can’t blame her as it runs in the veins. I come from a long line of go-getters. Both of my Gramas and many of my Aunts and Uncles are of the same mindset. We tend to go and when there is a day off much of it involves being horizontal.

So as our house gets a week “off” I will ask you how you break up your routine to keep your perspective fresh and vibrant.

Happy Crafting!

With inky fingers,

Joni 🙂

I need a do-over.

Sometimes resting means going back to bed and starting over.  It is well known that, in general, most people do not get enough sleep.  So if you woke up this morning and felt hungover (and didn’t drink) or simply can’t shake the cobwebs out of your head, I give you permission for a do-over.  Go back to bed.  Set an alarm for two hours and hit reset.  Begin again.  Sometimes the best way to rest is to simply go back to bed.  Nighty-night.

Happy Crafting!

With inky fingers,

Joni 🙂