How many of you have had THIS experience?? Imagine, going to bed at 9:30... and yes that IS after I fell asleep on the couch much earlier in the evening. I woke up startled, looked at the clock - and all I saw was the :15... and panicked.
I jumped out of bed... quickly made the decision that the dogs would have to wait until I got a shower before getting to go outside... started the shower - and while I waited for the water to heat up - I walked out to put John's cell phone on to charge...
That's when it all came into clarity for me - I looked down as I switched the phones on the charger and it was only 11:15!! I laughed to myself because I suddenly was wondering why my dogs hadn't gotten up with me... and also when I realized that for the first time in 5 1/2 weeks - I actually COULD go back to bed for several hours before getting up to start the day.
I walked back in, turned off the shower... climbed back in bed... and my husband never even knew any of it happened.
As a side note - I am not exaggerating one bit when I tell you that if I don't get everything accomplished that I need done BEFORE sitting down in the evening... it just doesn't get done. I literally can sit there for 10 minutes, check email... eat dinner... and then I crash & burn!
I'm praying that tonight I can force myself to sit at the kitchen table and make a piece of jewelry or two... because on September 12th - I'm sharing a booth with a friend at a big craft fair... and I want to make sure that I not only have enough product - but that I stir up those creative juices so that I can replenish what might get purchased as well.
Although, I'm terrified that nothing will sell... do I have confidence issues in my jewelry... you bet! I know many people have bought my things and told me how cool they are, but I just can't help myself from feeling like these little items that I make are somehow second rate items made by a 5 year old. If things sell like mad though - or even if I sell a few items - it'll give me the confidence to buy my own booth somewhere and know that I actually have a smidgen of talent.