Is it possible for eyes to breathe a sigh of relief? It felt like mine did when I put my new glasses on!
I have been feeling so tired that I've been trying to rule out the things that cause 'tired' and I was reminded my glasses were two years old. Usually that means I need a new prescription, and sure enough, I did.
Hopefully the new glasses with their less 'severe' looking frames will help me see that things are looking up.
It also looks like I could use a hair cut, but my hair dresser is out of town, so I will just have to make do, with my do.
Vision can also be internal. Having the vision required to design something - like textiles, for instance. Or a conference. Or a book.
As I wove a book project yesterday I realized that once again I was 'cheating' - and quite consciously so! So I messaged my editor and we agreed that I should leave the warp on the loom to take photos to include with the instructions for the project.
The other loom also has a warp that will be used to illustrate a technique, which means that once those two are woven to the point where they need to be for the photos, I will turn my attention to the AVL. On which is another warp which could also be utilized for the book.
There are two more book projects being woven by friends, plus my editor and I will 'mine' my sample collections for other textiles that could be used. Which means that these three warps will pretty much be the last weaving I will do for The Book.
And once again, a sigh of relief happens.
This morning I also met with one of the conference committee and we reviewed the entry forms for the various conference events. And the registration website. I am almost at the point of being able to turn a whole whack of conference work over to two of the committee members to follow up on.
I long ago realized that no one person has to do All The Things. I am so grateful for willing helpers who shoulder some of the load on these big projects I envision! I am really looking forward to completing The Book, The Conference. And being able to focus on envisioning textiles. And maybe helping others see how to visualize their own.
Currently reading A Taste for Vengeance by Martin Walker