Happy Last day of the old year and Happy First day of the New Year!
I know You haven’t heard much from me. Let me up date you a little on what is going on. Back in November I decided to shut off my internet to save some money. I thought I could just go to the public library to do all my internet stuff. In theory that is a good idea but in practice it was a little different. Needless to say I haven’t been keeping up with my blogging or anything internet related.
Well then the local cable internet put out an offer I felt I couldn’t refuse and realizing how much I love to blog but not wanting to brave the elements at this time of the year, I am going with it. So next Friday I will be able to access the internet from the comfort of my own home. YAY!!
On my last post I told you I was having problems with my new machine. Long story short, they sent her back to the factory for a new updo. She had a loose connection and a few other problems that they fixed.
I finally got her back yesterday and hope to have a busy and productive weekend. I am sure glad to have her back.
So that being said And this being the last day of the old year – 2010 and tomorrow being the first day of the new year – 2011 I thought I would put up my NEW YEARS RESOLUTIONS!
Don’t we all do that at the beginning of every new year? I know I start off the year with all good intentions and maybe putting them into cyberspace will make me a little more accountable. We’ll see.
New Years Resolutions are usually meant for two reasons, either we want to improve something about our lives, i.e. quit smoking, lose weight, or we want to accomplish something in the next year, i.e. learn to drive, landscape the yard etc.
My resolutions cover both areas and here they are:
1. Memorize 2 new scriptures a week or at least 6 a month.
2. Post at least one new blog a week
3. Make 6 quilts for Quilts for Kids
4. Quilt the tops I have pieced – that is 4or 5 tops right now
5. Finish Mom’s Green quilt and My brother Jims quilt
6. Finish my paper pieced quilt that my small group and I are making.
7. Buy, address and have ready Birthday cards for the whole year.
8. Start planning a super fantastic Christmas next year.
Oh yea, and lose weight. There are a lot of other things I want to accomplish too, like spending more time with my Mom and grandkids, start new projects and quilt, quilt, quilt.
So that is pretty much my resolutions. Tell me yours and maybe we can help each other really accomplish something this year. I look forward to hearing from you.
Take care and
Thanks for stopping by.
P.S. I got the binding finished on the Pink Baby Rail quilt. It looked so cute and went off to our newest grand-daughter born Dec. 14th. :)