It’s been a long day…


I’m in a bit of a quandary, dear readers. I’ve allowed myself to be seduced by my creative side into thinking I might be able to take a step towards a new career when on the face of it I have everything I need right now. My RL job is pretty damn good and I’m adjusting pretty well. But the siren call of Spoonflower and creating designs is strong. I’m actually quite torn. Prt of me knows how ridiculous this is but then again….nothing ventured….I’ll have to find a happy medium somewhere. But how? Answers on a postcard please.


6 responses to “It’s been a long day…”

  1. Oh, it’s a terrible trap. Why is that we should feel that we need to do this, and that, as well as work full time when we have young children… and this dratted Parkinson’s thing? Is it (whisper it) related to the drugs? Is it because we see our future contracting? Or is it just that the opportunities fall into our laps and we don’t want to lose the chance? (Actually, that coud be the vision of the contracting future again.)

    Personally, I’m not stopping painting. The results even sell every now and then! 🙂


    1. thank you – i know you understand the dilemma – i’m going to have a go…


  2. Do it, do it, do it!! I was just thinking of you today and the beautiful fabric you sent me from a giveaway many moons ago, and came on here to have a look at what you were up to these days and was thrilled to see your perusings. But then again, maybe I’m living my dreams vicariously through you! :p
    Give it a go, without giving up the job (as we all know you will be able to find the time) and see if it takes off in the way you’d need it to do it full time.


    1. Oh thank you so much! I’m going to have a go!!! Thanks!


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