I knew that I would, but not when…
Those of you who’ve known me for a while know that I have been fighting the good fight to regain my life again. I have been suffering from agoraphobia and depression for a few years.
Buying the Mountain Farmlet (hidden benefits there) and pure determination have been my only tools to overcome the disability.
One of the saddest manifestations of this disorder was my lack of drive to do anything I once loved to do.
Well, I’m definitely on the downhill side of this mountain and the fabric is flying again!
I finished the extra long robe I cut out last February.
I’ll stay warm this winter even if not *fashionable. 😉
And now I’m quilting again!
I’ll share the result when I am done, and I promise not to take 8 months to do it! 😀
Have a blessed weekend.
*NOTE: Why is it that when the fabric stores have a big sale on fleece they only have kiddie prints? Where’s all the fleece in Adult prints? Do they even make such a thing? Equally important, why is it that here in Huntsville you can never find a really warm robe that is long enough to cover your legs down to the ankles?
Making a fleece robe for an adult is expensive, even when the fabric is on sale, but we do what we must to keep our pegs warm! Even when it means running about wearing Teddy Bears and looking like a big kid. 😀
- Stop Agoraphobia, Stop Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Start Living (anxietykey.com)