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Time Limit

April 11, 2014

I don’t have much time to write, but that works out because I don’t have a lot to say. Today marks a bit of a change for casa de IK, I am starting back to work for the first time in almost 3 years, granted those three years were interspersed with attempts at school. I am feeling a bit nervous because, well 3 years is a long time to be out of the game. Luckily the first day should be pretty easy (just like the first day of school, and lord knows I have done that enough.) The whole job thing also means time limits in other ways, while I am not knitting right now (sob) I do plan on resuming next week (thankfully) although in a reduced capacity both because of the whole hands thing and now because of the whole job thing (which will probably work out for the best anyway.)  An additional time limit is going to be blogging, sadly I may have to slow down a bit at least while I attempt to readjust to a real schedule (oh college how you foster such poor habits.) I do think that it will be fine, I am hoping that because I will be limited I may become more focused (in general) which would be great. The whole working thing seems foreign thanks to the hiatus, but I know that it will be okay (the giant has taken many steps to reassure me) I just have to get through that first step.

I suppose there isn’t much else to say on the matter, beyond this, which works out because I should probably be up and moving soon. Thanks for sticking with me thus far, and let’s see where this new adventure leads.


Happy Friday!


From → Fiber Arts

  1. Good luck! I’m sure you’ll be fine, but I can totally relate to the first day nerves! At least you’ll be back knitting soon, but I’m sure you’d rather be knitting already, just to distract yourself!

  2. shellssells permalink

    I suspect that once you get adjusted to your schedule, you’ll find plenty of time for blogging. And knitting, though that will be the more difficult adjustment. Good luck with day #1!

  3. Good luck. Have a great first day.

  4. It is a big transition but I’m sure you’ll be great. Hope you have a terrific first day!

  5. congrats on the job! Remeber, breaks are made for knitting – small doses add up to big progress.

  6. Hope the job will be a good experience for you! And at least it should pay way better than school. 😉

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