I just looked over at the top of my sewing dresser and realized it is my current to do list.
On the left side there are three
stacks of fabric squares that need to be sewn into quilt squares. This is
intimidating as the fabric is precisely stacked in the order it will be sewn
together. I need about 12 hours of
sewing time to get that stage done, and if anyone knocks those piles of fabric
over before I find that 12 hours, my stacking system will have failed me and
I’ll have to crawl into a ball and cry.
Under the fabric is a book I want to
finish. I started reading “The Wonder Boys” back when I was on jury duty. Since
then I’ve been distracted by other books on my Kindle. I need to carve out some
time to finish this book and get it back to its rightful owner.
On the right, is the current mitten
project which I want to finish by the end of November. I’m almost done the first mitten so it should
be easy enough to knit the second one within the next two weeks.
And under the yarn, although it is
the least time consuming, is the most dauntingly stack of paperwork that I need
to figure out and take care of sooner, rather than later. I changed jobs
recently and that always comes with a stack of benefits papers to sign and
process. Hopefully I’ll get that taken care of this weekend (but first I need
to go buy some stamps.)
The saddest part of this picture is
that I have a pounding headache tonight, which means that this picture will look
exactly the same, this time tomorrow. (But the happy part is that this time
tomorrow is the weekend!)