I feel like I've been a little blog-neglectful lately! I don't know if you've noticed, but I'm feeling it. Last weekend was super busy, and if you're Canadian, it's Thanksgiving THIS weekend! And of course, what happens when you have a very busy couple of days? You get sick. That's right, so now I'm fighting off a cold too!
Oh well. I really can't complain. For an unemployed person I'm really quite busy lately!
In case you're wondering what's keeping me so busy, it's 2 major things.
1) Fitness Classes. For those of you who don't know, I'm a contract fitness instructor. I teach an intermediate step class one night a week, and for the month of October, I've picked up a bunch of classes to sub (another instructor is away due to surgery).
On top of that, I have practices for the training I just took last weekend. The YWCA here is launching the BTS program Group Power on November 15 and there's a lot of work that needs to be done before that happens. (side note: the guys working out in the video you see is a clip from the training video that is part of the package instructors get. They take turns instructing, and the guy that's on the left in the first part (squats) is sooooo attractive!! Definitely makes learning some of it much easier...at least easier on the eyes!)
2) My craft sale that's coming up on Nov. 20. I'll periodically be posting what I'm making here on my blog of all of you to see!
The first things I've made are these cute little hair flowers.
So far I've made 5 different colors.
Red with gold beads
White with a cluster of seed beads
Blue with a cluster of seed beads
Teal with white beads, I also did some with the gold beads!
Burgundy with white beads
I have an idea of what I'd like to charge for these, but I'm curious as to what other people would. The community that I'm selling my stuff at is a small-ish town, just outside a major centre, and it's a bit of a mennonite community (think cheap) and I've never been to their sale before, so I'm really not sure what the other venders will be selling and what the show's like.