So, I get a call from a friend last night -- sounds like she's distressed and calling from a crowded venue. "Phyllis, I'm at the craft store, and there are no I hooks! I'm crocheting another baby blanket, and if I use a G hook, it's going to be half the size it's supposed to be! Help!" Oh, I love me a good crochet emergency :-)
Which got me to thinking about how "emergencies" in our lives can be both good and bad. They sure get the blood flowing, but adding stress to your life is never a good idea. It might be a good time to start planning some crochet projects as Christmas presents and starting NOW to work on them -- much less stress when November and December roll around :-)
I've been having so many crochet ideas flowing through my head (good), but no time or inclination to do anything about it (bad). I'm not going to stress about it though -- creativity can't be forced. I just read somewhere that the best way to get into a creative groove is to NOT think about it and to go and do something totally different. Makes sense -- sometimes, my best ideas come to me when I'm in the shower! Oh, and it's so important to write that "great" idea down when it comes to you. Otherwise, you will forget it, and you can then have the luxury of contemplating and refining the idea later on to figure out if it's really that great or not.
So, have a great creative and productive day!