How’d you do this past week?
Don’t ask me how I did, because it should be obvious that I don’t even know what day it is, since I didn’t get this posted yesterday!
Are your needles all neatly organized now?
I know you’ll find this hard to believe, but mine are. I needed this task as a break from some of the harder stuff I’ve been having to do. It was like a rest for my brain!
I found a packet of needles I had purchased for my sewing machine that don’t fit quite right, so my needle threader won’t work on them. Why was I hanging on to those? Out they went.
I also found several partial packages of needles the same type and size that I could combine into one, which helped neaten things up. I feel better. It’s the little things, right?
I did also discover that I have a lifetime supply of hand quilting needles, and should never need to buy any more, and that I’m short on embroidery needles and need to pick some up somewhere!
And now we’re ready for this week’s task. It’s another repeat, but it’s because I’ve never been done with it when we’ve done it before, and more just keeps piling up. We’re going to:
The magazines keep appearing in the mail every so often, and I haven’t even worked my way through the pile of magazines I already had to begin with, so we’re revisiting this task, simply because I need to. I’m wondering if you do, too?
Have you acquired more magazines since the last time we did this?
Were you organized enough after the last time that you have a neat place to put it away? Or did you just add it to the pile like I do?
Have you pulled some out looking for a particular article or pattern and not put them away?
Have you printed more patterns off the internet and not put them where they need to be yet?
This is our week! I still have two large piles of magazines to sort through, and after the whirlwind month I’ve had, I’m ready to sit down. It’ll be a nice break to look at magazines for a while and sort through them. I’m starting with this pile in my office floor. How about you?