Return(ed) To Sender

If you’ve noticed that it’s been a bit quiet around here, you’re quite observant (and probably a little bored). As it turns out, last week’s studio night was stymied by a series of unfortunate shipping events, and it looks like this week’s will be, too, as I wait for a three-pound package to make its second trip from Oregon. Despite a pretty well-stocked stash of beads, it’s hard for me to get working when I know there are more supplies on the way. I fear finishing a piece and then, three days later, realizing that the perfect complementary bead has just arrived. Which is pretty silly, really. One of the things that’s so appealing to me about making jewelry is that you can almost always take something apart and re-do it without losing more than a dime’s-worth of supplies. If you’re willing to put in the time, anything is changeable. Which is a good thing for me to remember, in general.

~ by admin on April 19, 2011.