Anxiety and excitment

So we are now in July, already.

Time and I seem to be having some issues. It keeps slipping away like air conditioning out a window. I think I have plenty of time, and then it’s July. So why am I all at odds with time. Because I want to get things done.

Let’s see, I am still working on my knit/podcast presentation for tomorrow. (Yes podcamp is finally upon us). I would have thought that I would have an extra week to work on it, but no.. no such time.

Also… there is the fiber guild. It’s on its way, but now it’s July and I need to get some things pinned down so that we can start promoting it. But no…, July just shows up at the house all unannounced and doesn’t give me the time to make sure put out the clean table cloth or setup a new bank account. Stupid uninvited month.

So in closing… it’s been another year for me(July is also my B-day month) and I am still playing catchup. Perhaps this year of my life will be blessed with some extra time for knitting, podcasting, and super exciting guild projects. I can only hope.

4 thoughts on “Anxiety and excitment”

  1. I just subscribed to your podcast yesterday, and I have to say it’s really terrific to hear a man talk about a knnitting obsession. I’ve only listened to two ‘casts so far, but I listen at work – and with 14-hour days I should get through quite a few episodes every day and be able to catch up.

    I’ve been knitting for a very long time (more than 40 years), and always knitted alone. All this interest and community is just wonderful to see, and even better to be involved with.

    My only small grievance is the music – not that I don’t like the music, it’s just that I really like listening to everyone’s stories about their lives, knitting motivation and inspiration, and don’t care to have those stories interrupted by music. But that’s just me.

    Keep up the great work, and good for you for being such a hobbyist/crafter!

  2. Hey, Guido! How did the presentation turn out? I bet you were fantastic and knowledgeable and funny. Good job.

    We miss you and your stories and your music and your interviews. COME BACK, GUIDO!
    Sara in WI

  3. Hey Guido! I know you’re busy, dude, but this is cool: If you get a minute, would you consider checking this out? http://emilytheslayer.livejournal.com/240715.html

    A friend of mine is writing stories about handmade things to raise money for the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center, and there is some yarn and some knitted things up for auction as part of it.

    Thanks!

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