I’m home the rest of the month but have a lot to accomplish – to keep myself on track a list is necessary! Rather than a list for just this week – I’ll keep an ongoing one for the month and cross off and add to it as needed.
- Mail quilt for Clare’s Quilts for Leukemia project
- Wash/dry 3 completed HeartStrings quilts
- Unpack and do laundry
- Plan some meals and go to the grocery store
- Take Chesty to Dr for xray and post of followup
- Finish Mom’s quilt that’s on the machine now (#1 of 10)
- Take donations to Ronald McDonald House
- Quilt 9 other tops by the end of September
- Do some piecing on Green HeartStrings blocks as time allows
- Layer the small Wonky Trees quilt and decide on a hand quilting design
- Find some time for Exercise!
- Catch up on blog reading
- Organize photos from the July Alaska trip and the ones from the NY/DC trip we just returned from, create DVD slideshows and share with family
Wow, that’s quite a list. I need to make lists all the time just to keep on track. I miss the pictures of the quilts when you are gone. Glad you are back home and had a nice trip. Diane in Alaska
You are going to be busy!! Good luck on the lists, they sure help me keep on track!
Wow Mary your list makes me tired just reading it. You mentioned on my blog having been in Maryland recently. I am in Southern Maryland, about 80 miles from Washington DC.
Wow! At least you won’t be bored.
I need a NAP just from reading your list! LOL Glad you had a nice time … keep us posted with those quilt pictures. LOVE them! (Flatlander) Linda
I am a list maker too…good luck with your goals.
I’m happy to see you back Mary. I make lists too when I have lots to get done. I must work out how to cross them off on my blog. Sounds like you’ll have plenty to keep you busy and lots for us to look at on your blog too.>Hugs JJ
I agree with everyone, that is some list. I hope you had a nice trip and are able to squeeze in a little rest.
That’s quite a list considering there are only three weeks left in the month! Good luck getting it all done!
My trouble with lists is that I keep adding to the bottom so the list never goes away. >>I have a list that is decades long.>>Good luck!
Do we get to see the quilt you made for Clare’s leukemia project?