Saturday, December 06, 2008

Hi everyone

It has been about a week since my last post.
I have been dealing with alot of stress and I think that is attributing to the headaches and nausea I have been feeling this week.

Well last night I was dying to stitch but was not feeling totally better so I did not work on Jesus wept.
Instead, I went to my room and looked at my stash and my UFO's man there are alot of them.
I then picked up one UFO did about 5-10 stitches.
Put it down and picked up another one and repeated the action.
I did this for about 5 or 6 UFO's.
It was strange not to stay working on one project but it was nice to know that even though it was not alot.... that something was being done on these UFO's.

My hope for today is to either work on Jesus wept or repeat last nights activity.

6 comments:

Daffycat said...

Any progress is good, I say. Even a few stitches is better than none at all!

I hope you can get your stress under control. This time of year can be really scary!

tkdquintmom said...

I just took a look at your WIP on Jesus Wept...omg the detail that is going into that...it's going to be b-e-a-u-t-i-f-u-l! Try not to stress out. I know it's easier said than done. I've been feeling it a little myself and with raising 5 kids, it's hard not to. Oh, and that's a great idea with the UFO's....I may have to try that!

Riet said...

Great idea to do some stitching on some ufo's. Hopefully you will feel better soon.

Carolyn NC said...

Any progress is good progress! Hope you're feeling better.

Mary said...

I hope you are feeling better and your stress is reducing as time goes on. I think that is a great idea with plugging at UFO's. It's one way of getting them done and you feel like you've accomplished something. I should consider that at some point when I start stitching again.
Thanks for the idea and take care.
Hugs!
Mary

Barbara said...

Hope you're feeling better and have less stress. This time of year can be very difficult to get through. A few stitches every day and you'll have all those UFOs finished in no time.
Barb in TX