I don't usually get overly personal here-I like to keep it light and stick to the quilting. I tend to think that as people part of our job is to help the people in our lives become better people because of that sometimes we hurt the ones we love and sometimes they hurt us. Hopefully we come out the other side better for it. I've been going through what feels a little bit like a bad breakup with a good friend but through it I am trying to find the positive and come out better on the other side.
I don't know where I want to go in my quilting journey. It's undefined for me and I'm okay with that. So many times I've been asked well what do you want. What is your goal? Do we have to always have a goal? I didn't get to go to Quiltcon but I did get to watch some of the lectures on Craftsy. If you haven't checked them out yet be sure you do-there is some great information in there. Jacquie who's blog I have read for a long time now said "Make what you love and love what you make." That seems like such a simple statement but if you take a minute and really think about it it's not that simple. We spend so much of our time and energy trying to please others. I do typically like the quilts I make but I don't LOVE all of them.