It must be the culmination of weeks of being unsettled, on the road and unpacking. With the final box unpacked late last night, we now have the opportunity to adjust and settle. My studio looks ok, but everything appeared to be packed without rhyme or reason. I have simply unloaded boxes onto shelves as I opened them. It will take me some time to reacquaint myself with my fabric and get them into order. I am thinking about starting from square one and redoing my entire fabric library.
I can't wait to get back to work. My plan, however, is to ease into it slowly and definitely only take limited orders until I find my groove again. The day-care up here re-opens on the 16th of January, so I will get the shop going around that time I suppose. I also plan to indulge in some personal sewing and a few projects for Zavian and the house before before the virtual doors are open... I might even have a surprise in store for you...
I have #32 to add to the list - Once a week I want to cook a meal from a recipe I have never tried before. I used to love cooking, but since cooking meals became part of my job description I have lost that joy. I am hoping to recapture the fun and sense of pride gained from making something delicious. And I will make lots of it so that we have leftovers. Left overs are my speciality.
Tonight we are having San Choy Bow and for dessert I have mango pannacotta setting in the fridge... Both easy recipes, but yummy! I will be sure to let you know how they turn out.