Thursday, March 06, 2008

8,496 Tears Are Shed

I feel so much better now. Ever since discovering this:

Didn't get that? It's okay...cables have a tendency to overwhelm the eye.

I've had a hard time dealing with how to fix it. I was loosing sleep it was so bad. Seriously, I do have to give a shout out to all of your suggestions and support. In the long run I can't cut, ladder down nor fake the cable. That means I had to rip back.

sigh. I know...I had a hard time with it, but once I had made up my mind I felt so much better.

Last night I did the dead. Want to see what it looks like? you know I took pictures.

I would have recorded the whole thing but the sour moaning in the background would have been a huge distraction and just quite pathetic.

Everything is okay. My mind and heart are so happy right now. It would have bothered me to no end. This project has also brought up some insights that I'm not sure how to instill on to my kids. What makes a person who they are, or do what they do. Why do I feel that a job / task / project / life should be done to the best of ones ability. Why half ass to anything? Is this something that people are born with or do they go by example? I might be going off into a tangent right now, but basically if I fail at something.... it wont be because I didn't give it my all.


Mrs. H (aka MrsAych) said...

I think setting the example goes a long way. And I'm glad you worked this out. It's gonna be sooooo purty when you're done. :)

Knitterary said...

Or maybe the lesson is: important things are worth a little extra effort.

I'm proud of you. (Says she who has ripped her fulmar more than once and therefore might be biased!)