Half the time I don't know what I'm doing, but half the time I do! Half glass full. Today I opened up a Tumblr site. I've got no clue what I'm doing. I do know this, though. To only stay in the area that is comfortable means I won't learn and grow.
I bought a new-to-me used sewing machine yesterday using birthday money people had given me. Made the deal through email and then met the woman at the Augusta Barnes and Noble bookstore. I have no idea what this machine can do, but it has a really nice stitch and I'm looking forward to learning. Plus, now I can get my old machine cleaned and tuned up.
My friend Dani Pease took the picture above. It was a busy, magical day. Dani is a great photographer. Her photograph captures exactly who I am at this point in my life - a somewhat geeky middle aged woman who is fascinated by folk art. I like what the photo expresses so much I'm even overlooking my (ahem) double chin in posting it. Because it shows I am intensely interested in what I'm doing and there's a hint of I don't have a clue as well. Let the learning begin!