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Conflict and Pancakes

To anyone who has known me / read my blog for a long time, internal conflict is not really news. I regularly have these outbursts of conflict, or maybe they should be called inbursts really? All angst and uncertainty, you would think I would have left it behind in my teenage years. Well, as an angst-y teenager I did have some sort of vague idea that it would be different as a grown up. Alas, it is not quite so. Or at least it is sometimes relatively angst-less, but now and then becomes completely angst-ridden once again. I think it's quite normal actually.

OK enough gobbledy-gook :) As a mature adult, I could just say I am reevaluating my business and personal plans. Which is true. It has been my plan to reevaluate my plans after this market season, and I've just jumped in a bit early. A few things might go, but a few other things might have a stronger presence. Such as wedding photography. I don't advertise it, so I only do a handful of weddings a year, but I do love it. There may be some more online-ish things that will be added too. Positive, flexible changes. It's all a work in progress, but then, aren't we all?


Yesterday I told the kids I would make them pancakes if they cleaned up. You know, a bit. It was supposed to be an afternoon snack idea, but by the time they had actually achieved a small amount of cleaning, it was 5:30pm. So I declared it to be a dessert treat instead. We all enjoyed them :) This week I posted our favourite pancakes recipe along with serving ideas on the Season with Saltbush blog. They are otherwise known as 'Dad's pancakes' (as in, my dad).

2 comments:

The Kooky Green Owl said...

The angsty teenager in us never quite goes away:) we just get better at controlling it!
Congratulations on focusing- I have so much trouble doing it! x

MonetPaisley said...

I too am so uncertain.. Markets are alot of hard work, you have to do all the hard work up front and then you still never know what to expect... I gave up after only a handful of markets... I much prefer to sell online.

I figure that if I love something then there has to be someone out there that loves it too... and if not then I must just be ahead of my time :-)

Well I don't really think that I just tell myself that...