and get going – with the Personal Cloths, that is.
So yesterday, because I think one of my problems [apart from no motivation] is having too may ideas [and no motivation to start any of them].
So I made a mind map – which at least sorted out my ideas, if not my motivation.
Today, after I’d tidied the workroom [again] and made a book for the workbook to go with the PCS – I found the
rag shrink wrap ruglet I’d started and finished it.
But I couldn't be bothered to unpick it and resew it onto a tree so I took it outside and photographed it in it’s natural environment.
I think it’s cute. I’m tempted to give
it him a name. I also think he may be a resolved piece rather than a sample – which means there’s only another 14 PCs to go.
Fired with enthusiasm [I wish] I assembled materials and equipment to try making a hooked ruglet [Tommy is a proddy rug], but then I made the mistake of turning on ITV4’s live Tour de France coverage and couldn’t look away. Talk about nail biting! I was complaining to Wensleydale the other day that no-one makes dramatic lone break-aways in the mountains any more – spoke too soon.
I realise this is really boring if you have no interest in cycling, but I have to put up with all the sports I’m not interested in [i.e. all of them] for 49 weeks of the year, so I make the most of TDF [No satellite telly, so can’t get the Giro or the Vuelta.] 200 fit young men in tight lycra – what’s not to like?
Unfortunately little progress will be made tomorrow due to various medical appointments [nothing serious, just tests], so I hope to get back to number 2 on Saturday, TDF willing. It’s the individual time trial, which I usually find less interesting, but if the yellow jersey race is still as close…