I broke down and bought one of those all-plastic (the main reason I was avoiding them) thread organizers. Then I treated myself to several palettes from my new favorite website Stitch Palette, where those of us who are not good at picking out colors that pop can find help.
I also included a cheat sheet in case I need to find the palette again. Plus there’s a list of colors at the bottom of each section.
I did all the thread winding and labeling while listening to election returns on NPR. But there was no news at bedtime, so I went to bed. Days later, I’m still waiting.
Hot tip for NPR. When you plan the coverage of the 2024 election, consider basing people on the West Coast, rather than the East Coast. I could do without, “It’s getting very late,” said at 8:10 p.m. While it was 11:10 p.m. in Washington D.C., on the other coast it’s nowhere close to late for anyone over the age of ten. And not everyone lives in the Eastern time zone.
2 thoughts on “Calming My Election Jitters”
So colorful and fun! Also seems like a good way to bring a little small pocket of calm in the midst of a sea of waiting and anxiety. It was a long waiting game.
Also hi on 74/21! And from my avoiding some writing work that I need to do by doing other writing! And yes – yes this is on my to do list!!! 🙂