Thursday, August 21, 2008

Note to self...

When waking up from your afternoon nap, and you're still a bit groggy, do not attempt to start a new bead project. NO, not even one you've already done before. Also, do not attempt to work on a bead work that requires counting beads. You're no good at that at a time like that. Math is not your thing anyway. Period. Instead, work on something that has already been started and may be tedious but doesn't require too much thinking. Automatic pilot, okay?? Oh, and get coffee first. Seriously. Or you'll stab yourself with the beading needle multiple times. Duh!

Hugs,
Wezz

7 comments:

A Beaded Affair said...

Just the thought of being able to take an afternoon nap is enticing. Math isn't my strong suit wide awake either.
Lois
http://www.abeadedaffair.com

Empress Kateri said...

Haha that sounds like my mornings (which are everyone elses afternoons, most days). I always need coffee before counting beads.
And yeah, numbers terrify me. I'm no good at them. :~P

Kateri

Stefani said...

I'm jealous of the afternoon nap too! (Love the blue ruffle work.)

Wilma said...

Wezz I try to take as many afternoon naps as possible, and its just as bad as waking up in the morning. I walk around in a fog for at least an hour!!!!! Thats where the computer comes in handy.....

kaytee said...

Hi, Wezz!

I left a follow-up comment on my blog for you, but in the meantime... check out http://www.esfs.info/

It's a link to EuroCon. That may be a possible venue for you; wouldn't hurt to check it out, in any case.

TeriB said...

Hmm, the nap part sounds great, but I couldn't use a needle even if I were wide awake--that whole detail counting beads and stitching part is beyond me (maybe cuz my eyes won't see those little seed beads buggers anymore lol). Well, at least you'll get a schedule of what to do when!

Annette Piper said...

LOL Wezz. Sounds like you had an interesting time of it!!! So did you achieve an end result?

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