Tuesday, August 26, 2008

I've decided that I just have too many projects going on at once!! So, I've made myself a schedule. I'm going to work on my socks (the Milesathon ones) for an hour each day, work on something for my etsy shop for an hour each day, work on a project that I need to finish (right now that is a baby blanket for my daughters' friend) for an hour each day, work on baby donation projects for an hour each day, and afghan squares for donation for an hour each day.

Let's see--that adds up to--hmmmmmm...........I may need a calculator for this.............5 hours total of knitting each evening. I think I'm going to have to give up something in order to do this--maybe working?? Maybe sleeping?? Maybe eating???

Who am I kidding?? I'm just going to do as much as I can everyday so that I can get Christmas and everything else taken care of.

Of course, starting in the middle of September to the middle of December, I'm taking a class on Tuesday and Thursday evenings for Domestic Violence Services to be able to help them a little bit more with their hotline.

Sounds to me like my schedule is already falling behind--YIKES!! I just looked at the time--I haven't even started this scheduled knitting and I'm already an hour behind!!

K--that's all for a while!!

Beth

3 comments:

Becoming Me said...

I just stumbled upon your blog...I love the verse you used in your header.

Aunt Kathy said...

Beth Beth Beth... you should know by now we can't plan anything. It's all about what God says. When you wake in the morning just ask Him what you two will be doing and then that's what you'll do.

Sometimes it will be knitting, sometimes, eating, sometimes just sitting in His presence with hands raised and eyes on Him only.

Truth4thejourney said...

Hi Beth,
Aunt Kathy is very wise! You can go one step further, though. Write down all of you projects and then order them in order of importance. Then you know which one to work on and once it's completed you'll know the next one to pick up. Otherwise you may end up with 6 or 7 half done projects!

Have fun knitting!

Love,
Sonya