The story begins with a girl wanting to try her hand at learning a useful skill. As a typical movie plotline goes, it includes the fun beginning moments and excitement, and then goes headfirst into the downhill spiral that is the confrontation.
You know, the moments in the middle where hope seems lost and you aren’t quite sure how it will all turn out in the end.
In this case, the confrontation begins and ends with an evil antagonist known as the sewing machine, bent on the demise of our main character’s hopes, dreams, and patience.
I am that girl. That was my sewing machine. And this is that story.
(Instructions on how I made the Utensil Pouch are at the bottom of this post!)
Hello Hello! I have been so excited to get this post up! I enjoy shopping for those perfect additions to my wardrobe as much as the next person but I have really been trying to only get things that I know I will use for the long haul AND trying to limit my fast fashion consumption. This is where Thredup comes in.
Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post I really do just love what I got from there and recommend the site, but… if Thredup wants to sponsor me I would be okay with that.
I have shared blue light glasses before and I am doing it again. When quarantine started and I was disappointed my pair was trapped at school in Ohio I knew I wanted another pair. I grabbed mine from Livho on Amazon and I really do love them. They help me with eyestrain and keeping away headaches from staring at my screen.
Cheers to the TWO YEAR blogiversary of Thoughts and Daisies!
Where in the world did the time go? It feels like last week that I was creating the post for year one. I still can’t believe that two years ago I hit publish on my first Thoughts and Daisies post. My writing has come a long way since that first post and I have faith that it is going to continue to grow.