It's hard to write a blog post when your camera's missing.
Even if it wasn't missing, I think I'd still be behind.
Because, as a friend just said recently about herself "I'm just a classic overachiever."
I have that trait too.
It gets me in trouble more times than I can count.
Because I think I can do it all.
I should know better.
Deadlines and commitments for all of those things I said I could do, or THOUGHT I could do, come calling.
Which leads to clutter, and chaos, and sleepless nights.
And creativity. Which is how this happens in the first place.
I am either around creative women because of my ECMQG affiliation, or I'm tuned into a vast network of creative folks because of IG and Flickr.
I get pulled in by the beauty and enthusiasm of their projects that I want to participate too.
So I sign-up and commit and create. But I've lost my real camera. I know there are pictures on it. I have my iPhone, which has tons of pictures. But I have to sync it. Maybe I'll do that tonight, once it's all quiet.
Or maybe I won't, because I'll be sewing or playing with fabric.