Like a Bee
by MW Cook
We move to Toronto on Sunday. Starting a new job. Living on our own for the first time in two years. Very busy. Don’t feel like I have time to read, write and work as much as I’d like to. I’m hoping things will be different in TPK (that’s Thorncliffe Park, not Toilet Paper Kingdom).
So my wordcount is low. I’ve finished reading about 2 books since I’ve been in Canada, and none of my projects (save this blog) are looking any closer to completion than they were three weeks ago. Very, very busy. With what? I’m not too sure.
And I’ve taken on a hobby. Wanna see it?
T-Shirts. I make stuff out of T-Shirts. It’s a great hobby. It requires your fingers and eyes, not much more. So it’s easy to multi-task. When I make stuff from T-Shirts I almost feel like I’m not actually that busy. And once I’ve made something I feel energized and ready to do some ‘real’ work.
So if any of you have any old T-Shirts you don’t want, send them my way and I’ll make something amazing out of them.
And that’s all I have to say to you this Friday morning. I would have made a deep, thought-provoking post, but I’m just too busy. Now, if you’ll excuse me, I need to turn some second-hand clothing into amazing works of art. See ya Monday.
This is second-hand unless you’re reading it at http://www.theilliteratescribe.com