I'm sure I'm not alone in feeling this frustration, the syndrome of making plans when you're 'up' and then not being able to see them through when you're 'down'. It's made doubly frustrating by the fact that I don't seem to learn! I guess that shows that I still have an element of hope, which is positive, but pretty annoying none the less. For example I'm sitting here looking at a brand new sewing machine, iron and ironing board I invested in for my business, so that I could start making patchwork quilts. I've had them a month and none of the items have been unpacked from their boxes! I'd like to hear what others have to say about this behaviour.
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