Firstly, thank you for the amazing response to the Women’sday offer. Thank you to all those who also spread a word and brought in more audience.
It was nice to interact with so many new people and I was overwhelmed with the response. :) I have many more ideas coming up for you all so keep looking out for updates on my page! (By the way, do you like the new look of my facebook page on timeline?)
Okay, so here is what the title of this post talks about:
I have committed to hosting a stall for two consecutive weekends in April.
Work at office has increased multiple times.
There are a couple of functions in the family I have to attend just around then.
The Boy and I aren’t in the best of our health.
So it looks like my hands are going to be full in the days to come. An exhibition means a lot of responsibility. Since I am going public (to complete strangers) for the first time, I also think it is important to make more notable designs. And make more in numbers anticipating there will be a large crowd. The last thing I want is my table to look empty! Then the workload at office is driving me nuts. I often find myself waking up from my sleep sweating due to work related tension. The family functions being held in my city which means many people will be put up at my place. Which in a way is a wonderful thing since I will have doting uncle and aunts who have been wanting to see our new house but haven’t had the opportunity to. But then I wonder if I will be able to be a good host with so many things to do. My health isn’t as bad as I made it sound, on most days it is fatigue that makes me hit the sack early.
And now I am setting myself a target. I have exactly 18 days to go for the exhibition. I will need at least 200 pieces. (Too less eh? Tell me if you think so, please?) I’ve got to make 10 pieces a day (minimum) no matter what. I am calling this the 18*10 challenge. Will keep you guys updated. Hope you are with me on this! Please keep your fingers crossed.