Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Photos :: 365 (July 24 - 30, 2014)

205/365 :: Milo likes to carry around his banana while he snacks on it.
206/365 :: We enjoyed some music at Barefoot Babies.
207/365 :: We spotted this guy in Kensington Market.
208/365 :: I'm calling this guy's bluff. These signs have been up for weeks.
209/365 :: Forever rearranging Milo's shelves. Also, Andrea...I still have your book!
210/365 :: I think this was the first thing I bought for Milo when I found out I was pregnant.
211/365 :: Farva was keeping his eye on Milo.

I am feeling really antsy lately to do creative things. The only problem is that I can't decide what I want to do. I have too many options and I just can't choose something so I end up doing nothing. Does anyone else ever have that problem?

I think Milo and I are going to head over to the park in a bit for something to do. Hopefully it doesn't rain!



  1. Create a photo collage on your computer. Find some transfer ink paper and make a Milestones t shirt for Milo.

  2. I think someone needs to teach that guy what quotations mean.

  3. Sometimes when I feel like I can't do all the things I'm supposed to, I procrastinate instead. So not exactly the same as not being able to choose, but it still ends up with nothing getting done :)

  4. I totally have that problem all the time. It is a great feeling because you're so motivated, but it is also very frustrating!

  5. What's a deviat? Name of the local egg throwing gang in your neighbourhood?

  6. I have that problem ALL the time! I find it's really helpful to force myself to sit down for ten minutes or so and just get started on something, like casting on the first stitches of a knitting project or transferring the image for an embroidery. Once I have a start, it's much easier to pick it up and move forward, and setting a time limit, like ten minutes, to get started makes it feel like less of a daunting task.

    I look forward to seeing what sorts of crafts you get up to!

  7. Oh gosh, I can totally relate to your creativity problem. At the moment I've got an epic yarn stash, a list of knitting and crochet projects that I want to make and I haven't started anything new in weeks because I'm so overwhelmed by it all. I need to just pick something and begin!

  8. I have that creativity problem too! I just get so many ideas in my head that I ether get overwhelmed and don't do anything, or I jump around from about five different projects and never finish anything.


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