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In which I get geeky about knitting, photography, feminism, and other stuff.
Happy Monday! I hope you’re all doing well, and have gotten something done the past couple days! I’m feeling pretty slow today, but I’m glad that I can be productive with my time.
I’m doing a lot of juggling around my workload over these last few days. I have to write content for my photography website, but in addition to that, I still have to deliver my blog class today. Because of this, I’ve not had as much time as I’d like to devote to my knitting, and I am starting to feel the pangs of wanting to work on something else, which I don’t want to do if I can’t keep up with the course at least for the next week or so. Though I’m not going to say anything to Craig that he can read between the lines, which would make this a fairly passive-aggressive post if I did. I know it’s best to just keep things positive in any situation, even one as stressful as this, but I can’t help but feel that I’m being a little bit of a pest in a way. I’m wondering, though: do I have any right to feel this way? Is it professional to complain about my own job, even if I’m not complaining about him in particular? Does anyone have any thoughts on this?
I’m really tired, and I think that was the root of my frustration with my first two knitting projects. I had the first one all the way to finishing, and spent most of my free time just not knowing what to do with it, and then I got the second one for Mother’s Day, and I really wanted to work on it, but I didn’t have the inclination to do the first part of that, so I ended up not finishing it at all.
But I do think the third one is going to be a breeze, though. Maybe I’ll get to a point where I can carry on this conversation while I’m knitting. I’m at the point in the course where we’re talking about the aesthetics of digital photography, and we’re