I remember being told as a child that I would one day look back on the days of being forced to take naps and miss it. Like most children, I didn't believe it. And now, as I sit here thoroughly exhausted, I know it's the truth.
It's funny how life happens sometimes. And life certainly has.
In the next month and a half, my fiance and I are moving...almost right in the middle of holiday season. Fantastic. It's kind of a last-minute thing, so on top of family-related trips and whatnot, and holidays, and work, and, you know, trying to spend time together, we've tacked on packing up all of our things and hauling them to the next town over to a smaller space.
Long story short? I haven't been doing anything particularly art-related lately. I have a table covered in art supplies that I haven't delved into (there's no light in that corner of the apartment, and it's been getting dark early again and there aren't any electrical outlets nearby to plug the lamp we haven't bought yet into) and...I suspect I won't until after we move. I barely touch my ipad these days except in the mornings before I shower, when I carve out a good ten minutes or so to catch up on my webcomics and twitter and facebook.
I spent a good portion of tonight designing these combination ACEO cards and business cards. I've got them all sorted out and just need to order them. But I'm hesitant, honestly, to take that next step. If I have them in my possession, I'll need to actually put myself out there for other people to judge.
So now, on the verge of madness, I'm going to go to bed and try and convince myself to just put the damn card order in. I'll let you all know how it turns out, no worries.