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Unmotivated

Ever have one of those days? Where you are totally unmotivated to do ANYTHING. Even, gulp, doll things? That was my Sunday. I suppose all the hormones and such just made me feel down. All I wanted to do was watch TV. But we quit our TV addiction, so I mostly just whined.

Then the Hubs went out and got us a digital converter and antenna! We actually watched the Simpsons for the first time in ages. And realized, much to my horror 1. Iris loves Barney and 2. Barney was singing a version of Depeche Mode's Just Can't Get Enough. Okay TV, I'm going to start slow with you...

Anyway, I'll have some pics for you soonish. I practically have all of next week off so there is no excuse! (Except that whole carrying around another person thing)

Oh but on Saturday I finished my nightclub set and realized even more the awesome posability of action figure girls. Everyone else was tumbling over with the least agitation, but Dusty held strong in her dancing pose.

smooches,
dani

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  1. Hey, I think you're being too hard on yourself Dani! It's a hobby, remember? Which means you should have fun---it's not a "have to do"! ;) (*says the girl who does that all the time LOL*)

    Relax & take your time. Take pics when you can and when you feel like it. There's nothing wrong with having some down-time/ junkfood-for-the-mind time!

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  2. Thanks CK. I haven't even gone near a doll all weekend. I do feel guilty. It's like the sooner I take a picture, the sooner I can re-pose them. They're frozen in time, poor things.

    But it's my birthday weekend and I'm going to enjoy some family time and relaxation!

    Still (and I'm sure you feel this way at times), there is a sort of emptiness and mild anxiety or restlessness that comes with NOT doing any crafty/doll related things...

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