Thursday, October 11, 2012

Home Stretch

I'm having a little pity party here today as I stare at my computer screen. So stupid. Despite 2012 looking like my most successful year to date I am feeling caught up in the game...This is probably due to the fact that I stayed up late last night browsing around the blogshere. Normally I enjoy seeing what others are up to. You know how it goes - wedding blogs lead to flower blogs lead to garden blogs lead to cooking blogs lead to interior design blogs lead to art blogs lead to craft blogs lead to amazing woman who are doing all of the above while raising 4 kids under the age of 5 blogs. Phew. I'm exhausted. Life is not a race, I say to myself. Stay close to yourself and make what makes you sing. Yes, okay. Breathe. Seven more weddings must go down in 5 weeks time. Plus, my husband will be out of town on business for a week in the middle of all this. This is where my complusive oganizational self comes in. All those years of running that architectural firm have paid off, I hope!

7 comments:

Lotte and Bloom said...

i'm no stranger to that particular pity party. good luck for the final seven x

Bow Street Flowers said...

Push the refresh button. You'll be fine. Still making pots?

Denise Fasanello said...

Lotte you are a true champion, I bow down to you! And yes!! all things ceramic is all I want to do now.

megan said...

That pity party is just part of being creative. The only way to avoid it is go be a hermit in a cabin in the woods. If it makes any difference, you're one of the very VERY few florists who consistently inspires me. I've never seen anything you've made that I didn't think was spot on.

Marie said...

I know exactly how that feels!

You work damn hard. Don't know how you manage it.

flowers on my table said...

I saw this recently on Pinterest...'don't let anyone steal your sparkle.' They can't steal yours, you have too much! Creativity is limitless, so it doesn't matter how talented people are out there, there's still plenty to go round! A big hug to you, Linda x

Laurie (Fleurie) said...

I too feel your pain. I look about and see all the cool things "everyone" is doing while maintaining a super-cool lifestyle, bla bla bla etc etc. I need to quit comparing too. Glad you got over it and moved on. Your flowers are always inspiring to me.