Wow! I hadn't heard anything about this. I went to the website, and the designs I saw are beautiful. I have done a little crochet, a baby blanket for my youngest, but I seem to have no talent for anything like this, although I have always wanted to do it.They actually demanded we leave. It cost many of us a big chunk of work. It wasn’t just a timid ask. It was a very nasty blowup that the papers even wrote about. This is the site that started the nasty hat ladies. I’m glad most Christian designers left like I did.
We both do, bro (pizza and rapture. medieval weapons...not so much. Unless I can load Nancy Pelosi in a catapult with Schumer, DeBlasio and Cuomo and aim it for the ocean).What keeps me going, besides of course the obvious, is I play online games sometimes with my brother, which allows some nice conversation, the hope of the rapture ( biggie there ), and my medieval weapons. I also daydream of pizza ( I haven't had it in seven months ), which helps me take breath once more.
It's never smooth when you first try something new. I don't remember much about my very first pieces, but it did take me quite a while to get good. I didn't have a computer when I first started learning, and even when I did have a computer, it never occurred to me that there would be how-to vids on Youtube!I have done a little crochet, a baby blanket for my youngest, but I seem to have no talent for anything like this, although I have always wanted to do it.
Amen.What's keeping going is the fact that God chose me to be alive at this time. Clearly He has a reason and a purpose for me. If my being here at this time under these circumstances is His will, then why fight it? Better to face each day positively regardless of my circumstances, confident in the knowledge that He knows what He is doing.
I am an avid reader. I have taken the Goodreads.com reading challenge this year. I pledged 50 books for 2020. I could do more but I read all the time, maybe it is not a book. I read articles and anything else that strikes my fancy.This is my first challenge at Goodreads and I am going to do it every year, God willing! I also surf online and learn something new as often as I can. I ask myself a question before I fall asleep, it is "What do you know today that you didn't know yesterday? " I have also started writing a book. I have the page numbers done!I am binging on Galyna Borysova's thread crochet patterns this year. That's been a needed bright spot for me. What is everyone else doing to try to stay sane this year?