The crafting bug has bitten me hard. I may need to enter some kind of treatment program…
I’m okay with that, because I haven’t crafted this much in a long time and I’m having so much fun.
Crafting takes a lot of time and energy. So does cooking.
A week-ish ago, I ditched my cook-everything-for-a-month challenge. When I was thinking about a February challenge, the other fore-runner in my mind was a make-art-every-day challenge. I decided on the cooking-and-wheat-free one basically because I had already been doing both of those for the month of January. And if I was truly going to try wheat-free to see if it was for me, I needed to continue it.
Plus, I had heard that if you remove wheat from your diet for too long you can develop a sensitivity.
After seven weeks, I figured if I was going to fall of my wheat-free wagon, I was going to do it in spectacular style. I went to Panera. 🙂 It was fantastic. And afterwards I felt zero side effects from reintroducing wheat into my system. Good to know I don’t have any wheat sensitivities.
What will the March challenge bring? Well, still thinking about that. I’ve got an idea that I’m turning over in my head. I’m 1 for 2 now with maintaining my monthly challenges, and I’d like March to make it 2 for 3 while still challenging me.
In the meantime, my next crafting project looks like it will be slowed slightly while I gather more supplies. While should give me time to clean up the mess that the rest of my crafting projects have made…
Oh, and last night I finished this: