Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Getting Things Done...or Not...

Wow, I've been so busy and haven't gotten much done! So get this...I'm on Instagram and there is a woman on there who takes a photo of her ToDo List every day. Whoa....if she does all that stuff, I'm  a real slouch in comparison (although I did notice that "dust" has been on her list every day-either she dusts a lot or it's a carryover-lol). So, I've decided to start that process. I'm not going to take a picture of my to do list but I am going to keep track of what I'm doing and how long it takes so that I can see where my day is going. I am caught up on the Farm Girl Fridays Quilt Along that Lori Holt is doing. Here's my 6" Autumn Star block:
and my 6" Little Chick block:
This one needs and eye and legs embroidered to really be finished. Now we have 4 blocks that are 12" and 4 blocks that are 6". So what are you up to today? Take care whatever you're doing! XO from Bev

6 comments:

Nan V. said...

Bev, I just wanted to tell you how much I enjoy your posts. Your work is so sunny and cheerful, you just make my day.

Bev said...

To Nan V. I tried to find an email for you but you must be a no reply blogger. I hope you see this. Thank you for your sweet comments! I really appreciate it! Bev

Podunk Pretties said...

I would be more likely to dust if I took a picture of the dusty mess, shaming myself into getting it done.

Sandie @ crazy'boutquilts said...

Oh my gosh~ no way would I post a daily list! You would see me move dust to the next day, and the next, and then next! LOL ;-) Your blocks are so sweet! I just got the book today, so if I sew along, I'll be the last to get anything done. Haven't decided if I should yet... I need to dust! :-o LOL

margaret said...

your farm blocks are coming along well,think it is a girl that does longarm quilting you are referring too she came and gave a wokshop at our local MQG

Sigi G said...

Love your posts. Your blocks always look so bright and cheerful. I'm still working on my blocks from last week. I keep laying out fabric and then have to walk away. Some blocks are to be made into separate quilts - so I have to put a bit more 'long-term' thinking into them :)!