Not unlike Morah & Nancy, not much is going on in this corner of bloggerville.
On Sunday, my sew-n-tell group got together where I actually met my goal of pressing all of my units! YIPPEE! We also had a nice gift exchange, we all got the neatest pair of tiny scissors & a hand dyed fat quarter - many other non-quilty items too. Like a book of those quilt stamps - which is just as well because I used all of mine... :o)
I have been in the stewdio - I pressed those plaids that I am toying with.
Oh & I figured it out - officially I am a dandylion - I flit from one thing to another and from one genre to another all the time!
Which again reminds me of a Nancy post where she is talking about "stashbusting" her UFOs. (Stashbusters is a Yahoo group - apparently many of us are members - I used to be very chatty there, but now I blog.) Which made me think back on my "goals" HA! HA! HA! I was high on Nickles (As in Nickel Quilts by Pat Speth) I have quite a few of those patterns as UFO's and enough nickels (5 inch squares of fabric) to carpet a rather large house...
How many did I do? Well, I am not sure - I have two that are at the flimsy stage, but were they at the flimsy stage pre-2006? I think so... I have a few others that are either all cut or almost all cut...
Basically what I am saying is that writing down my goals did not help..... (Maybe if I could figure out that list thing that a lot of ya'll bloggers have going - complete with the strike outs....) Maybe if I was less like a dandylion skitting from one thing to another.... That would include some "Prioritizing." Since only one of my UFO's is an official gift - that priorties would only be in my head & easily "moved around" thus again allowing my to flit to & fro.
Finally, I leave you with a JOKE.
Miriam was on vacation in Israel and decided to go to the local post office to buy stamps for her Hanukkah cards.
"I'd like, please, 100 hanukkah stamps," she told the clerk.
"Not a problem. So what denominations?" he asked.
"Oy Vay!" she exclaimed, "It's come to this already? Okay," she said, after giving the matter due consideration. "I'll take forty Reform, forty Conservative, and twenty Orthodox."
(That would be roughtly equavalent to forty Baptist, forty Catholic, & twenty Greek Orthodox.) See it is a funny joke.