Catching Up On Some Craft News While I Wait For My Voice to Come Back

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5 Responses

  1. Lydia says:

    Thank you Jennifer for the being alone video. I am a loner and always felt that being alone is fun for me, but not to be mentioned to others. Maybe something was wrong with me. Now I know better.

    Thank you for sharing.

  2. jennifer says:

    The video struck a cord with me because I’m a loner, too. Even though I often organize group events and really enjoy meeting new people, I spend a lot of time alone and have grown to appreciate that having the space to think, create and be myself is a good thing.

  3. Knittingdigits says:

    Thank you.

  4. kelly says:

    I loved the video. I have four young children and so ‘alone’ is often some thing I rarely get to be.

    I often wonder what my mind would say to me if it could only be heard above the noise and banter that goes on.

  5. Cynthia says:

    I love being alone. I embrace it. I get to think my thoughts without interuptions. I take this time to connect with myself and it helps me to be able to create clearer on the dolls and figures that I have floating around my brain, which by the way is a constant so I guess I can say I really embrace it when I can be alone. As a wife and mother of three grown children and a grandmother of six, I feel that my family is really starting to get me when I create and they say “Mom so this is what you do with yourself when you are spend this time alone”…

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