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October 04, 2005

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Fiona

A lovely post and lovely image. Always so interesting to hear how it all happens behind the blog! ;) Thanks for sharing this part of yourself!

Lisa

congratulations. gorgeous photo.

kath

it all sounds so hectic and tiring. especially reading the previous post will illness added to the mix. hope it all starts looking up soon and loved the spt

lisa s

i love your honesty.... it's brave... it's contageous... it's wonderful... as is your photo!

pyglet

You are amazing! Truly.

Bianca

What a great role model you are in achieving work/life/family/creativity/craft Balance!

KT

Really wonderful SPT. Both the photo and the words. Planning, what a concept. Thanks for the inspiration.

kellykelly

Thanks for sharing this - always wonderful to hear that others are juggling the many sides of life too... I know that crafting sometimes has to take a seat while "real life" happens. I wish I had a wife to take care of the house, cooking, grocery shopping, etc!

kelly

Thanks for sharing this - always wonderful to hear that others are juggling the many sides of life too... I know that crafting sometimes has to take a seat while "real life" happens. I wish I had a wife to take care of the house, cooking, grocery shopping, etc!

Kelli

I love the thought of your Fridays. Being able to leave all the stress behind and playing for a day with your son. I think you are right -- he'll always cherish the time he spent with you on these special days.
Thanks for sharing such intimate details. I know it can be nerve wracking to do so.

And a big kudos for organization! Type A crafters unite. :)
~K

Lissette

Oh my, I know how you feel. I'm an architecture student who works full time at a firm editing specs and I have a boyfriend with and 8 year old son who practically considers me his second mom, and it's trying to get your work done, studying done, spend time with boyfriend & son, help son with homework and any other miscellaneous life questions that pop up at the spur of the moment, and have enough time for knitting. Most of the time knitting is sacrificed.

I'm hoping to finish my education, but truth be told, I'm a 29 year old woman who has basically just started her architectural education, and having a family to me is more important then my career, so I think in the end I may not have time to finish school.

lyn

What a great post. You put into words, things I'm trying to say.
: )

helen

This is an inspiring post. Thank you.

joelene

Al, I love this post. You are an inspiration, and you words give me comfort, that someday I can still be crafty and a mom.

I simply love you backtack stuff! Here's hopeing that amazing stuff is on its way to me:) Whom ever it is they are lucky!

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