Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Golly it's been awhile. I've been feeling awful about how much I start and don't finish.  With that said, I'm starting something new this year. I feel comfortable sharing it on here, because I'm doubtful anyone reads this.  So there's no pressure.   I want to make something everyday.  It doesn't have to be anything big, but I have to finish whatever it is I start.  I just started on Monday of this week.  I have a friend who's grandmother crocheted a delicate poinsettia Christmas ornament. She had to return it to a cousin, so I copied it on Monday.  I have a few things to tweak on it, but it was my first of the finishes.  Yesterday I made a simple ornament sewn out of a fabric for a Christmas ornament.  As you can see, I have Christmas on my mind.  The interesting thing is that I've not even thought about what I'll be making in the evenings.  I just come up with it when I get home.  I'm starting a book of finishes, so that at the end of the year I have something to show for my time.  I waste entirely too much of it and at this age have realized it's finite and not infinite.  Cheers!

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