Rehearsals for Drymen's pantomime have begun. I am not involved in it at all but this year everyone else in the family is - which gives me a long clear evening on a Monday. With no-one to query whether I am "ever going to get off that computer and come and sit down?" I can schedule computing stuff into the evening - allowing me to devote the days (and daylight) to the increasingly panicky making of things.
So last night I began to put some of my new stock onto the website
Every time I do this small pieces of formatting go a bit wonky - I used to worry about it but then I realised that it doesn't really matter, that it is far more important that I actually update the website
and get the new things out there than that everything is perfect.
If I faff about over spacing, I end up with something that is never good enough and just doesn't get updated. I just have to hope that people recognise that I am a crafter and gardener - not a web designer!
It is a bit like the blog - to me it is more important that I write something most days, that I keep up my rhythm, than that it is a polished piece of writing with colour co-ordinated photographs.