Time to think about my booth

I've been having way too much fun blogging, and shopping on etsy (forgivable, since I'm actually getting some Christmas shopping done), and wandering around the blogosphere, visiting so many wonderful bloggers, and then zooming over to YouTube before heading to politico and truthout, and HuffingtonPost, and so forth. You get the idea. Laundry doesn't get done. Meals don't get prepared. Bills don't get paid. But, what does that matter? LOL. What does matter is that I have to be making things to furnish my craft show booth. I don't want to be standing in my booth, at a fabulous show, with not enough inventory! Wearing a little sign that says, "But my blog looks good." No, no, no. So, it is time for me to really disconnect for a while. Perhaps only the most minimal time on the computer. But even that is dangerous, isn't it. You know how a quick half hour e-mail check sounds so acceptable, but turns into the entire day.

Above: a little corner of my booth one year. Below: the sign I have made as my computer screen. Now, if I head over to my desk, this confronts me. Of course, it doesn't escape my notice that I had fun on the computer, making the sign! But, I'm going to give it a try. My little sign will keep me in line. Ya' think?