The seats are empty, the lights are out and the first day of Spring finds me officially on Spring Break from teaching this next nine days.
(I think we teachers look forward to this break more than the kids do!)
I have a quilty list of projects I want to tackle, along with some spring cleaning. So, mostly to entertain & motivate myself. (I wierdly like to cross things off my lists. Notice the house is already cleaned. YEAH!!) This week I'll be posting my 2nd Annual Stay-cation blog series.
Here's my list of Spring Stay-cation Activities I'm hoping to accomplish:
(And if I don't, that's okay too.)
My Quilty List:
- Quilt Sat. Sampler??
Quilt a top for Project Linus (I got three done!!)
- Enjoy sewing my curved dots??
- Scrap Secrets Book Release Blog Hop: (My day is the 27th.)
- Cut eye spy fabric (Stay tuned: I'm organizing an eye spy swap this summer.)
Rainbow girls made into a flimsy Sew Bloom blocks 7,8,9,10...prep 11, 12. Create purple RSC Flowers :)
- Begin Master Bedroom Quilt...this will be a queen size...may wait till summer??
- Plan a bright happy H2H quilt. (This will be my third year donating to Happy Chemo.)
Finish Spring Wool banner.Done! Saving to post this one the 1st Sunday in April. Make new (tied fleece) dog blankets/donate old ones to vet.(Good idea mom)
|30 of 30 miles walked|Mow and fertilize the yard Trim all my back yard roses and remove and replace front roses. Wash my car inside and out Spring Clean the house Continue training for Race to Robie Creek (Goal: walk 30 miles this week) Jackson gets a playday and groomed Create a new "budget" book Get my toes ready for Spring with a pedicure Enjoy Easter with our grand-guy Relax: enjoy stitching outside in the evenings with a glass of wine.(Too cold to stitch outside...but did enjoy ourselves.)
As you can see, I won't be sleeping in. But, I do hope you'll stop by often and find yourself a smile and maybe even a little inspiration. Stay tuned.