The blessing in this diagnosis is that I am learning self-care. I am learning to say "no" when I need to. Sometimes that is when I really want to do something and just can't. Other times, it gives me permission not to do something I didn't want to do anyway.
I got to write a few articles in GenQ about products that keep you sewing when you have health issues. Let me know if you want to hear about some of those in future posts.
If you would like to learn more about Sjogren's Syndrome, please visit www.sjogrens.org.
Anywho, enough about that! How about I share some fun stuff? Go check out my post on Generation Q's blog today. I am a guest in Ebony Love's blog hop for her new video!
I love Ebony. And I love Sizzix. So this makes my heart sing!
This week I was a guest at Riverwalk Quilters Guild in Naperville IL to talk about "Inspiring Kids to Sew" - it was fun! Junior editor and daughter extraordinaire came to show off her sewing projects.
I can't believe how many people showed up for a July meeting. Kids were invited to attend and eleven young sewists came. They even brought show and tell! They were awesome. I hope to have more speaking engagements in the future!
Have a great day! I am heading out for a girls night out tonight with some friends. What are you doing?