Time flies, supposedly; you think you're doing one thing then bam! it's something else altogether different.
The past few weeks have been up and down as I prepare to leave for South Korea for the next year. It's a time of adventure, excitement and trepidation (seriously, I don't enjoy flying, and I'm looking at a 15 hour flight).
I've stated before how I'm working on clothing projects for the trip, and some have turned out well; others not as well as I thought. Sometimes one plan morphs into another plan, case in point - happy aliens:
The actual pattern calls for the items to be mirrored forming an elongated diamond/eye pattern, but I had to stop at this point and let the dog in only to return to see my happy aliens or ghosts or whatever. I thought they looked cool, so I finished the warp with them.
We have to keep pushing forward until we find the spot where we can stop and find the beautiful things of life. It's not always what we thought we'd f…
February is a hard month for many people. I think it's partly the reason why Valentine's has become such a huge event, especially in American culture. This isn't going to be a post about Valentine's Day and singleness; though, if you are in a romantic relationship be aware of those who aren't for whatever reason. All the lovey-dovey can get people down.
Nope, this is a post about other things. It's a post about Spring, because, thankfully it is just around the corner. Now, granted, this has been our warmest winter in WNY for the past 140 years or so (records only go back to the late-Victorian era), neither have we had a great deal of snow this year. The last I heard, Buffalo was in a snow deficit of 25" or so.
This is a post about changes, because in twenty days, I'll be boarding a plane to take me to South Korea where I'll be living for the next twelve months. I'm both excited and nervous about the flight and trip, but I'm feeling a littl…