After the second month, she needed a rest.

Sometimes I’m an overachiever.  And sometimes I’m a hopeless procrastinator.  I’m a dichotomy.

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I’ve been having so much fun with my new sewing machine.  Last December I got one of those fancy, new-fangled Babylock embroidery machines.  I feel it was my destiny to buy a Destiny.  Oh, the things it can do!  Oh, the places we will go!  And I was determined to get there fast.

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Babylock recommends having this giant beauty serviced every one million miles (well, stitches actually.)  I hit that milestone in two months.  Two months.  That’s fast.  Somehow I outpaced everyone on the island.  Even those that got their machines a couple of months before me.  Not that I’m bragging, but that makes me NUMBER ONE!!!

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The downside of being number one…my machine is in the shop getting a tune-up.  I’m showing the symptoms of withdrawal.  It’s not pretty.

On the bright side of this dilemma, I’m heading to the grocery store to buy the ingredients for a cheesecake.  The best cheesecake in the world.  So tomorrow, you’re going to have to suffer through pictures of today’s baking challenge.

I also have very noble intentions of organizing my sewing room.

I crack myself up.

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