Survived preps and enjoyed holidays, I hope?
Back in your sewing room?
I hope Santa brought you everything you wished for and you were surrounded with love of family and friends. And if we are honest – those two are two of the same thing, right? 🙂
As for me – most definitely they are the same thing and I count my blessings every day. Needless to say holiday preparations were busy and crazy, topped with a “lovely” event of our tree falling down this year…yeah, and right after we finished putting on the last ornament and the top and went to dining room to have dinner…A first for us, but hey, it is all good at the end – few broken ornaments but none that are important memories, and after few “repairs” – voila:
So now that we all unwrapped presents and recycled the wrapping paper (anyone uses fabric for wrapping?? I always wanted to…), lets move on to the second part of holiday traditions – reflecting on past year, making those resolutions we won’t keep (or will??), trying to be better in some ways…
How are you on all those things? Love them, hate them, make them…or not?
Well…I still do it, and yes, I still don’t stick to those resolutions as much as I want to, I still vow to be better every year…. This one is no different, except I am not quite done with making them! Ha ha!
Do you make a list of things to do/try/accomplish in New Year? Do you pick a WORD to be the word of the year, a word to live by? I would LOVE to know!!
The only thing I did finish so far – I cleaned my sewing room – YEAH!
It is all ready to go with exception of Grand Quilter that needs to be put back on the frame… (I also moved my sewing room from smaller to bigger room recently) – let’s see how long with this last?? I should probably print this lovely panoramic image and tape it on the wall, to remind myself how it SHOULD look like? He he…
Speaking of reflections and reviews – how about this BLOG of ours? Want to see what statistics say?
We get this Annual report so I decided to share it with you – take few minutes to look it over and let’s chat about what you like, what you don’t like, what would you change, have more or have less??
Looking forward to a great discussion and wishing you a healthy, happy and creative New Year, full of joy,
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 16,000 times in 2014. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 6 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.