and I grew another chin hair. Now I have three, oh lucky me! So a pluckin' I will go in 2007.
So 2006 was not a great year for me. Besides the chin hair thing, I became a defunct knitter. And when you combine that with my dysfunctional being, you get a fricken disaster. I struggled finishing projects this past year, which was a new ailment for me. I've always been one to start and finish a project. But I currently have two pairs of socks on the needles that I started way back when that are begging to be finished. This past year I also did not renew any knitting magazines as they weren't inspiring me. I also didn't keep in touch with friends as much as I usually do. Maybe working nights contributed to that; I don't know. I didn't even knit Saturday mornings with the local knitting group. Not only did I struggle with knitting, I even quit blogging for awhile.
But in 2007, I plan to see friends more often, knit with a local group of knitters, attend spinning guild more often, and finish all my projects. I'm also going to renew my knitting mag subscriptions. Oh yes, I plan on spinning more, too.
I don't believe in new year's resolutions but I do believe in change. And with a new year comes hope for change. Darn, I need to get organized. My stash is strewn all over the floor in one of the spare bedrooms along with miscellaneous patterns and other knitting paraphernalia. I struggle with this year after year. I organize it, then look for something, make a huge mess and close the bedroom door for months.
I don't mean to bore anyone with a recount of 2006. But I want to look back at this post in July and see how I am doing. Will I be able to say that I've changed? Or will I still be me .... a defunct, dysfunctional knitter?
Thanks for stopping by during the year and reading and commenting. I truly enjoy reading all of your blogs. Happy New Year!