I still haven't figured out which one I am. The turtle, who is chugging away as fast as she can to get to that deadline (which in my case, is getting beautiful things made for the ALS Artisan Boutique in Annapolis, MD) or the snail, who is getting NO sleep and is afraid she's going to fall off the edge of the world at any minute.
Seriously, I am getting no sleep. I'm a natural insomniac -- I go in these strange cycles where I'll do fine for a while, heading to bed by 9pm with everyone else, read until 11pm, and then lights out. But lately, I'm super-hyper-charged and it's 2am before I know it and I can't get to sleep at ALL. I'm not tired during the day, really, and I do it all over again. It's making Rick a little nervous and worried, and he's afraid I'm going to make myself sick, and I'm liable to end up falling over like a cartoon character in mid-sentence (hopefully not in front of Zack's first-grade class when I go to help with their Book Fair), but for now, you wouldn't believe the things I'm making!
So if you're anywhere close to Annapolis, MD, on Sunday, November 22nd, from 10-5, please come to the Sheraton Hotel and support local artists and galleries and help us raise money to find a cure for Lou Gehrig's Disease. It's a free event, but donations are appreciated, and there's a silent auction, a raffle for a computer (raffle tickets are only $5), wonderful string music, and it's just a fabulous event.
Click the invitation to see who will be presenting and for more information, or click here.