Monday, March 28, 2011

Sick of winter!

I'm sure everyone feels the same way but I needed to get this off my chest. This morning when I went out to my car at 6:15 to go to the Y I could not belive I had frost on my windshield. Enough is enough. If I am going to keep up my motivation to get to the Y in the morning is it too much to ask for a little cooperation really what does a girl have to do? Had a nice afternoon with my stitch group yesterday. Made a sizeable dent in my Jenny Bean friendship sampler although I will admit that those four houses look a little overwhelming. I love the muted colors on the lambs wool and can already invision this hanging on my wall. For me thats a good indiction that a project will actualy get finished and not become a WIP at the bottom of my ever growing to do list. Some people have bucket lists I have WIP'S.Never did make it to JoAnn's yesterday. Stopped at barnes and Nobel and then drove right by. This could be just part of my denial process. Finishing is my least favorite part of this passion of mine. Part of the problem is space (very short of it) so I have to drage everything out and once its out I need to compleat things as I cannot stand to have it all hanging around. I wish there was such a thing as a finishing fairy ( I could leave the project under my pillow and like magic it got done) girl can dream. Take time to stitch today its cheaper then therapy!


  1. Well, at least the sun came out when we went home from work today! That always cheers me! Trip was quick and good yesterday. But no stitching in the car cause it was gloomy and rainy... Lots to do this week. See you this weekend. Hugs!

  2. Hmmmm....maybe we need a "finishing day". I know I have several things that need finishing and I've been putting them off too!

  3. I think everyone in most of the country is in agreement with you about winter! As for me, I am relishing the sunny days and warmer weather, although we could have had much less rain today. Oh well, sending some sunshine your way and warmer temps too!

    I hear ya about the lack of space. Living in a single wide (circa 1950s) is a bit cramped for me, but I can't complain much as my father doesn't make me pay rent. Just help where I can and that makes my life a little less stressful, until I want to do some finishing. Then it's "take over the dining room table and make sure to put it all away when done". LOL!!!