This year seems to be a time for reviving some of the old knowledge I once possessed, while
learning how to update my old knowledge with new technology.
There are days that my brain and yes, my bottom, ache.
New technology means learning how to use my computer and applications for my business.
Yes, there are days I yell at the computer screen, as if it should just respond to my frustration.
I dusted off my old knowledge, grabbed my necessary glasses, and headed to my sewing room.
Years ago I seemed to be able to sew in my sleep, reality said pick up my ripper.
For one of my clients I would be using a workroom to sew window treatments, for another
I would be the seamstress.
Treading my needle became a bigger issue then I remembered.
I now see why people pay for a self-threading machine.
Evernote is still getting the best of me, as I try to learn how to convert my decorating business onto
computer and apps. My paper work and self-drawings are yelling..."time to learn more technology."
If my bottom will not expand over the edge of my chair seat, I might get to the point where modern
technology is more help then frustration.
Here is just one peek at my decorating job with my son. I have to say, seeing my selections and designs
become reality is fun, however, the stress and I still haven't become friends.
My son's work is always excellent.
Before and during transformation. The whole bathroom was cleared out and everything came in new.
The finishing touches, including window treatments, are being added this month.
This is drawn out in my notebook. Seeing it come to life was exciting.
To go from computer, marble, tub, faucets and lights selections, to finished constructions made the drawings reality, and happy clients.
This still isn't finished. I call the faucets perfume bottles. The mirror made a nice finishing touch. The pulls hadn't been put on at this point, nor other finishing touches. After the window treatments are installed I will get better pictures. Along the other wall is a large shower. This is only one room in this home we are redesigning. More pictures to come.
Spring break came and went. My friend's wedding took me out of town to help and celebrate.
Monday I pick everything back up and start juggling again.
Learning and re-learning along the way seems to be an ongoing theme.