It was a day spent trimming tiny threads from Kayla’s quilt, before I sandwich it with batting and backing for quilting. It took most of the day, turning it over and over. You trim the right side, the wrong side, and all the seams to make sure nothing is hanging or dangling, or even frayed all over the place on a seam. It’s trimmed now, and ready for tomorrow’s work of pinning it all over for quilting.
I feel as if I don’t have both oars in the water, things feel “off”. I don’t know how else to describe it. Most of the time, I’m all about the business of what we’re doing, but today, not so much. I hope tomorrow is better.
One of Those Days
Those days you feel out of it
Are just an off day or two
No need to try and analyze it to death
Or over-think it
You’re just not up to snuff
It’s not a major catastrophe.
Soon, you’ll be yourself again
You’ll be on top of your game
And surprised at all you accomplish
And you’ll be grateful for the focus
For the productivity
And for the check marks on your lists.
Is that what it’s all about?
Or is it about enjoying, observing, learning
And experiencing God’s creation, in all it’s glory.
Thanks for Noticing!