I start this year with a much kinder list of Good Intentions and a Quilt for me, to help reinforce them.
So, here they are … in no particular order
Of course I’m not going to forget all the people who I’ve lost in the last year, but I am going to try to focus on remembering their vitality, not their demise.
Grieving must end. Mourning can continue awhile.
… and I don’t mean blogs! I’ve found it very difficult to focus on a whole book this year. I used to get through a book a week.
Time to buck up.
From free motion quilting to writing new training courses via a bit of embroidery and painting.
It’s time to learn and hone and share.
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We all know it’s much less painful just to get on with the boring stuff. I’m going to make this a mission.
I actually started blogging a couple of years ago to document my wonderful little front garden and all the veggies and fruit I grew, but this year, when my brother got ill, it all went tits up.
This year will be a bumper crop.
Need I say more?!
Be it on or offline, I need to participate more and spectate less.
Frown less, Laugh more
(once the ribs have healed a bit!)
And here’s a sneak peek at a couple of blocks from my Quilt of Good Intentions:
Fresh and zingy and very loosely based on a Yellow Brick Road pattern … In fact, I'm intentionally being unintentional! yum!
So, what is your No.1 Good Intention for the coming year? Do share …