Two not so great weeks.

So obviously my blog has been having a hard time lately. Life has somehow gotten insanely busy, and I've been having a hard time managing my new balancing act. I am back in school as of last week (Yay! Finally!), and thus seem to find myself spending every waking moment with my head in a book, and suffering massive guilt every time I do something unrelated to school. This has resulted in the messiest house and the saddest blog ever, but I will not be beaten! Somehow, in all of this madness, I have to learn how to find a balance between taking classes and keeping the rest of my life on an even keel. So watch in wonder and awe as I attempt the unattemptable and balance the every day life of a 28 year-old woman!

The last time I posted I was working on making a photo book. For various reasons, ( being one of them) I didn't finish that. I realize now that trying to create a decent wedding book and paint my living room, and go back to school all in one week was perhaps, a little ambitious. The same thing can be said for the following week of sewing that I didn't even post about. Sad times.

Which brings me to this week's dilemma: Now that I'm down to 50 weeks, rather than 52 weeks, do I count the weeks where I didn't complete anything as finished projects, or do I add two "penalty" weeks to the end? I haven't quite decided yet, but I will let you know where I end up.

Now for the resurrection of my blog: This week I am going to be doing some autumn gardening. I've always had this sneaking suspicion that you're supposed to do things in your garden around this time of year, and this week I am going to do them. Pictures of our current sad state of affairs to follow, along with the things I will be doing.


  1. Hmmm well I think we all forgive you. You shouldn't have to give yourself peanilty weeks. It's all part of the process. Sometimes you screw up or get busy. Besides look at the bright gave me two bonus weeks in the spotlight of "Featured Blog"! hahaa P.s. ohhhhhhh GARDENING! Can't wait!!!

  2. Okay, so I have to know what it is about blurb that made you abandon ship. Should I not use it to make my wedding book (if I ever get around to it)? Have you found a better book making program?
    And thanks for the spotlight; you're the sweetest:)


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