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I Hate Eggs

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Just decided I had to take a short break from working on eggs because my brain is about to explode. I’ve had a headache all evening and using the bright light to draw on the eggs plus the smell of the burning wax has definitely not made it much better. blech. Plus there is the added pressure that I am now behind schedule – which I abhor. I broke yet another egg earlier while taking it into the kitchen to dye it a few hours ago – so now it’s almost 9pm and I’m still trying to get ONE egg done… and am really, really tired of drawing wax on eggs. Really.

But, I shall take a short break to regroup, put on “Julia & Julia” – as it always makes me feel better when I’m having a breakdown to watch Julie sprawled out on her kitchen floor crying over her latest culinary disaster. It gives me renewed hope.. “if she can do it I can too!”

*sigh* did I mention how much I hate eggs? Yes. Hate them. Alas, the show must go on.

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  1. becky #

    Ha ha ha! As grumpy and miserable as you were, you still managed to eek out a funny post. Thanks for the post as it made my packing woes a little better. Any way you could do this process on wooden eggs? Might be interesting outcome and not so frustrating. Plus they’d last forever – unlike the delicate shells. Hang in there! You can do it!

    Thursday, September 1, 2011
    • Thanks for the encouragement Becky! It really brightened my evening. =) I’m not sure you could do wood eggs since the dye might bleed under the wax – but maybe you could fill real eggs at the end with something like plaster (if you made the hold bigger) to make them solid? Worth a shot!

      Friday, September 2, 2011

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