I've been quiet, I know. Nothing's seemed very blog-worthy lately unless you count Holden's newest realization that he can smell differently from each nostril...he's binostrilous, we decided.
My super-smeller turns 5 next month which means we need to decide which schooling path we want to follow...public, private, home? And within each of those, which is the right choice for us? Too many options, I'm overwhelmed. It's especially frustrating because I feel like we've already made the decision in our minds to homeschool, but we keep revisiting, reevaluating and revising our plan once new information arises. I don't do well with decisions, but I do even worse with indecision.
And of course, my brain is too consumed with indecision to create. It's one-tracked, I suppose, at least for now. I did manage to get one thing done, though...
This is my latest installment for Twelve Square. It's for Leslie, who I've enjoyed getting to know via her very cool blog. I loved her fabric choices: so bright and cheerful. I can almost taste the rainbow sherbet-y color scheme and only added that one tiny bit of gingham because I was tickled that it matched all her fabrics.
I enjoyed this project. I kept in mind what I wanted the finished product to look like, cut the individual pieces and let them fall as they may into their places. I wish all my decision making could be that easy!
Posted by melissa s. at 3:13 PM