So I had no intention of fooling anyone into thinking whether I was savvy or not. What I thought was ‘Yes, I’m savvy at some things, but on a limited basis.’ So I set out with this blog to prove to myself that I was savvy at more things. It would be a catalyst to help me improve myself.
Initially, it was a little about being somewhat savvy about homemaking, but since I was still about doing that — I really didn’t want to write about it. Plus, I was actually finding it difficult keeping and coming up with savvy content. So there I’ve said it.
Then I realized that it was no accident that my site had a chicken representative. So the chicken was me and the way I had been “chicken” when it came to sticking with art or craft projects.
So being incognito allowed me to save face when it came to following through with my ideas or not.
And here I am with nary a project done — during what was known as National Crafts Month in March. I’ve got to keep it real. It was a rather busy month around here — with a lot of unexpected things happening — that I don’t want to share. (I’m a chicken — what do you expect.)
I’m not doing my somewhat annual April Fool’s Joke this month. I’ll be posting things when they happen (serendipitously) from now on out — which means — I’m not promising anything. That’s where “expect the unexpected” comes in. Seriously!