Because 2020 rattled our brains and knocked us off our feet, I decided that 2021 would have one main event, which will be #campspin15in21.
For the rest of 2021, I want to be your cheerleader in spinning: down your stash, trying new techniques, connecting with each other either on Instagram or the Makers Meetup.
I have been making hearty, half-hearty, back to hearty, somewhat hearty, back to hearty attempts to keep you motivated and engaged in the life of wool.
Mind you, I loose motivation myself. Just when I think I want to shut it all down and quietly slink away, I get a surge of energy and tell myself, “No, you’ve got this.”
Usually those times stem from feeling battered in my new job (my own self-doubt of being able to be awesome), working remotely and feeling very out of place with my coworkers (who I only know virtually) and the world.
I don’t foresee this pandemic moving along anytime soon. So, the best I can do is motivate you to spin, make, create, give, share and just be awesome with wool.
I will put up some rovings through out the year to sell to support the cost of the zoom platform fee and gift aways.
I never set out to make this a profit making business, but more of a self-supporting organization.
Thank you for motivating me to keep being my goofy self to shout out from my soap box the wonderful life with wool.
2 thoughts on “Forecast: #campspin15in21 with a slight chance of pandemic”
Oh Sherrill, Since March 12, 2020 when the pandemic became completely real, I have been involved in two very different communities that keep me going. One is yours, the other Mythical Ireland with Anthony Murphy. You both have kept me connected to other people, involved and I and I truly appreciate what you do. I am casting in tonight another pair of fingerless mitts, my very first knitting project. I think we are all feeling down with all that’s going on and another resurgence of the pandemic. Believe me, you have been a lifeline and you should be very proud of yourself. Xoxo
Yvette…It’s been great to get to know you and spend some virtual time with you this past year. The world is changing and it’s been so good to have a community of fiber folk to get us through it. Thank you for leaving me a message. Hugs, Sherrill