Friday, November 10, 2017

My Weekend List

I awake this morning to a quiet house and a three day weekend ahead. My first, true, three day weekend since the school year has started that I can look forward to just being home and in my sewing studio. I don't even know where to begin, but a list is sure to help illiminate me walking in circles trying to figure that out. I not only need to get some quilting finished, but I need to pack for being at my daughter's for two weeks. So here I go:
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3. Sew binding onto both of these quilts.
4. Prep another of my wool BOM.
5. Go through my stash and put together a new sewing project...
or two for the two week's I'll be at my daughters.
6. Pack my sewing machine and projects.

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1.Saturday: Final mow/leaf pick-up
2. Catch up on laundry
3. Organize bill pay
4. Pack "basement" things into truck
5. Monday: Vacume and Dust
6. Tuesday: Change sheets and Clean Baths
7. Pack: Decorative Roosters to give to Jen
8. Pack dog food and beds
9. Print pictures for calendar
10. Tea-dye duvet 
11 Prepare birthday presents
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 Pack clothes for two weeks away.
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  1. I'm hoping to get into my studio Sunday for the first time in weeks. With our kitchen renovation and travels I just haven't had the time or inclination. But the kitchen flooring will be finished today then I have to put all the Pyrex displays back in there tomorrow. Have a great three day weekend 😍

  2. You've got a packed three day weekend! Good luck with all your plans. Hope you get in some fun stitching time.

  3. Oh, I owe you such a long letter!

    I'm a list maker, too. If I go too long without one, I start to feel scattered and anxious. It's such a good method for organizing my thoughts,if nothing else. I'm a person who "thinks out loud" and you probably are, too. I think that's a mark of a list maker, lol.

    I'm so excited for you...a second grandbaby!!

  4. Planning is the hardest part and of course deciding on what to take. Have a wonderful time :)


  5. This is a nice full inspirational list ! Enjoy ! I had a chuckle at the yard work part. We've had nothing but rain for days then suddenly a drop to super-low temps / I wonder if I'll ever get yard work done this weird fall ( NOTHING DIED for ages like it was supposed to due to warm temps, then it rained non-stop and suddenly it is going down to 17 degrees LOL! NO! I don't want to clean up the garden when it is that cold :)

    Well I hope that you see much progress on your list! You inspire me :)

  6. Sounds like the most wonderful weekend, Val! Enjoy!!

  7. Have some fun this weekend with your quilting, don't work too hard. Jackson may need a tummy rub in there somewhere.

  8. Great list - love the little images to go with it. Sounds like a really busy weekend!

  9. You have the most fun blog posts! I am a serious list person! Included on my list for tonight is catching up on blog reading while I watch the Patriots game!!


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