Perspectives and Decisions
The last year has been interesting for me in some ways. Besides all the fiber fun, happy events, and medical issues, I've been working on my perspective of a certain area of my life. This has led to decisions of what works for me and what doesn't. There are only so many hours in a day, and I'm not inclined to waste them on stuff I'm not happy being part of any longer. I can't stay in what is a toxic situation for me. Dealing with false, snarky people is not worth it. Coming home stressed almost to the point of tears is not worth it. Removing myself from some people, situations, and a group is part of the decision. Don't get me wrong. There are some people I won't be spending as much time with who I will truly miss. It only takes a few to destroy a terrific time.
Now, with that said, I'm still very active and involved in several other groups. I still plan to spend time with some fiber friends often. As a matter of fact, this Saturday, January 29th, is the monthly spin in at RI Handspun. Thursday, February 10th, is the Ocean State Knit and Crochet Guild monthly meeting. Sunday, February 13th, is our monthly Happy Hands Fiber Arts gathering. OSKCG and HHFA are fabulous groups and I always come home from them with a smile on my face. I feel blessed to be a part of both groups.