It is hard to believe that 2015 has come and gone in the blink of an eye. I thought there would at least be 12 months…..oh, wait…..there were and they flew by so fast that I can only hope 2016 will move a little slower.
This is the time of year that we all consider how to make this next year be different in some way. Some of us have goals. Some of us have resolutions, some of us make lists, and some of us just hope that this new year brings about some changes of some kind or continuation of things we like that happened last year.
I have never been one to make resolutions, but I do have hopes. For those of you that know me, I always have HIGH hopes. I seem to want the moon, but will take a piece of cheese if that is what happens.
My hopes for this year is for moderation in projects that I attempt this year. Moderation in gardening, moderation in landscaping, moderation in my budget, moderation in activities that take time away from what I would really like to do, and moderation in expectations of myself. There it is, those HIGH hopes once again!
I think my biggest hopes are to travel a bit more this year, to spend more time with my family, and to have a bit more time for my own quilting projects. Scheduling did not go as I wanted last year so I definitely need to make a change to allow more ME time.
I also hope to be able to write more on the blog and post more photos of the quilts that I complete for myself and for my clients. I was not very good at posting last year and I apologize. Time management seems to float right out the window on many days.
Speaking of time management, now is the time to think about the quilt tops you would like to get quilted this year and call to get placed on the schedule. The slots fill up before you know it and then my turn around time is further out then either of us would like. I do have some clients that keep a consistent slot every two months so they know when there time is available and they are ready to go.
I truly wish you have a 2016 that is relaxing, loving and pieceful! I leave you with a few photos for a bit of eye candy until I post again. Another hope, to post more regularly this year.