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Monday, September 15, 2008

Little Witch Progress

She's coming along, even though she's been neglected for a few days. Seems I have a few days after the start of school that I just spin my wheels so to speak because so much needs done and I just kind of ponder it, instead of doing something about it. Yeah, it's a problem. :p


I have several goals for the rest of the year. More stitching of course, more reading, feeding my family more homecooked meals. But if I cook more, isn't that less stitching time? See what I mean? Spinning wheels I tell ya.

I hope everyone has a great stitchy week!

9 comments:

WendyZ said...

What little gain I've made in cooking makes me feel highly accomplished! HAHA This month... not so much.

tkdquintmom said...

I feel your pain...home cooked meals??? whad that?...

Lucy said...

Your little witchy is adorable...love the pattern!! I hate to cook by the way!

Lelia said...

I think it just takes awhile to get into the groove of things.

Lovely witchy : )

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DaisyGirl said...

I try on the home cooked meals, happens about 4 times per week. The other days are fend for yourself! Hahaha, but I do have teens that can cook up something if they were starving!
Donna

Tracy said...

Your witch is coming along great...very cute! Speaking of cooking, I made this delicious chocolate chip cookie "cake" and it was gone in a day. Your boys would love it I'm sure...if they like chocolate chip cookies. Happy stitching, Tam!

Glenna said...

I know exactly what you mean. More homecooked meals is a great idea until I realize-hey, that means more time in the kitchen and less time in my stitching chair. Every day I give myself the little lecture about how I should have brought my lunch to work instead of buying something in DC, and then I think--yeah, but I'd have to think of something, buy the ingredients for it, put them together and remember to put them in the fridge at work so I don't kill myself with my own poison lunch. Much easier to starve and stitch probably.

Love the little witch.

stitcherw said...

Little witch is looking quite cute, and I think you've made nice headway, more than I've been making on my projects lately. Good luck with trying to find a balance between everything, there just aren't enough hours in the day for stitching, reading, cooking, and all.
Sue