I know the list is long and that I’ve only got 21 day left in September but Keith will be gone a week in London which will help and I can always spill over into the first few days of October if needed. Bottom line is an ambitious list keeps me motivated.
I’ve already managed to check off 4 items today (of course, that lead to the addition of 2 more) but I’m seeing progress. One item was mailing off the quilt below for Clare’s Quilts 4 Leukemia project and another was finishing the quilting on Mom’s Autumn quilt (that’s 1 of 10 done!).
Since, my sidebar is too small to hold the list (it’s too wordy) and I hate going back in and constantly updated a post, I added a page to my MaryQuilts.com site so I can mark items off. There is a link in my sidebar to September’s list although I’m sure my list is WAY more interesting to me than to anyone else!
What?! You’re not going to London?>>Your lists are a great motivator for me to get off my duff and make my own.
Mary! I must say, I am so proud of you for keeping your geranium alive! You worried about flowers earlier in the year and look how wonderful your quilt looks next to that beautiful red geranium!>>Pam@>http://www.pamgwillim.com>firstname.lastname@example.org
There’s something about green that is very settling to me. The young man receiving this quilt will find it very comfy, I’m sure.
Aim high you just might hit a star. Great saying to live by.
I live by lists at work, but I’m not at all goal oriented about my quilting. That’s why I love those HeartStrings blocks – mindless sewing with no pressure to complete them on any schedule.
I absolutely LOVE that quilt pictured in this post>>as for lists, when my ‘schedule’ for lack of better word gets kaflooeyed, i know i need to list what i want to do just so i can even prioritize what needs to be done .. >>Lists are good .. >>hugs>g