Crayon Chick » An indie business of old crafts and new tricks, designer/maker, artist and keen on elevenses.

My impossible girl and the missing momentum

Look at the effortless ease she can walk on a tight rope.  A master of the balancing act, she is.  She’s  graceful and elegant, confident, sure-footed and light as a feather.  A gymnast.  A ballerina.  Until the mad-attacks begin and she goes crazy running about the house, full gallop and sounding like a herd of elephants down our hallway.  But that’s another story.

For today, I’m looking at the effortless way she moves on the seemingly impossible obstacle.

My very own Impossible Girl!  (Reference to Dr Who for anyone wondering!)

The day after a big event and I’m the exact opposite.  Everything’s a major effort.  It seems like my head is full of clouds.  I’m a walking doona.  It’s all I can do to string 2 words together.  I’m aching and sore and foggy.

I have spent today wheel-spinning and not sure what to start on next.  I know there’s urgent things to be done because my Next Big Thing is THIS Friday for Finders Keepers in Sydney.  I just can’t seem to make a start.  Or make a sensible decision (I’m going to quietly ignore the ridiculous under-charge I quoted earlier today over the phone).  I need to write a list.

The momentum that got me through last week has gone.  I’ve lost it.  I’ve misplaced my momentum.  I need it back, now, please.  If anyone has seen it around the place would you kindly tell it come back home.


May 28, 2013 - 8:08 am

Crayon Chick - Thanks Fiona, she is a sweety! And knows how to live in the moment, it’s a gift!

May 28, 2013 - 8:02 am

Fiona - Aw what a sweet cat, I wish I was better at juggling life sometimes too!

May 27, 2013 - 11:17 am

Melbournegirls - ps: hope momentum returns speedily

May 27, 2013 - 11:16 am

MelbourneGirls - Good luck in Sydney …. hope its a great market for you

Love the pic of the cat x

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