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Monday, June 6, 2016

What's Up 06.06.12

I'm home now after being gone a month, and it feels so good to be back.
I took yesterday to just relax, unpack and take enjoyment of being home with my husband. But today I'm taking stock of what it is I need to start thinking about and how to go about getting things done.
There's some things that need to be taken care of sooner than others like the garden and the animals. But my mind is also in a creative mode and wants to do some sewing.

But before I can do anything like that I need to straighten up my sewing room. 

When I left, I left it as thou a tornado had gone through it

After I get it straightened up the first projects I need to work on our the Farmer Wife blocks for the future 30's club. Not sure if any of that will happen today but at least I'll get a start on working on them this week
I am very happy to be home but also bummed out. Two days before I arrived, I came down with some sort of bug/cold. Just all over icky feeling and congestion.
So my energy level is about 50% right now when it should be 100%. That's  where my ambition is.
So I have a feeling that after doing some basic cleaning, running errands, straightening up the sewing room, that will be about all I'll be able to accomplish. Don't feel like pushing myself too hard, where all I do is make myself sicker.

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  1. hope your visit went well and that all was great traveling with your parents - I assume you all came back together or are they still traveling along? I think at 80 I would no longer want to be traveling with a camper. Nice that you got to see your daughter and family.

  2. Hope you feel better soon and that you manage to get the jobs done that you need to be done. Take care.

  3. Welcome home! I know the time spent with your littles was great but it does tend to wear us out doesn't it? Be good to yourself as a few more days while those chores marinate won't make a bit of difference.

  4. Hope your travels were good and that you are better again soon. Take care of yourself and enjoy your sewing!

  5. Hope you are feeling much better now and have been able to get back to sewing.


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