I have so many projects to work on and there just doesn't seem to be time to do them all. I want to weave more. I've got a project that only needs 20 more inches. It wouldn't take too long to do, but every time I sit down to weave, one of the kids needs something. Then another kid needs something, and on it goes.
I've got my next weaving project all planned out. I know what I want to do, but I really need some thread. I've got 9 cones of thread, but they are all the same size and the same colors and although they are two different materials (one is cotton, one is acrylic) they feel exactly the same. So, it doesn't make for anything diverse. To tell the truth, I've got several weaving projects planned. I just need to buckle down and do them!
I've ordered my textbook for the semester, so I'll have plenty of reading soon.
The house is in desperate need of a good cleaning, but it always is. We did a good cleaning last week, but you wouldn't know it. We even did a good cleaning yesterday, but again, you wouldn't know it. These kids trash the house faster than a tornado.
My youngest daughter doesn't have her Christmas stocking yet. I cross stitch all my kids stockings, and Peanut has had two Christmases without hers. I want to have it ready this year, but that takes a lot of time and I haven't put much into that lately.
Also, this school year, I want to work on my youngest son's education. He is too young for Kinder this year, so I have the joy of keeping him for one more year, but he doesn't know basics yet. He can't say his ABCs or count to 20. I've got a good pre-K curriculum and I'm going to work on it with him this year. Peanut will join in as well and probably pick up the information very well. She's smart! She doesn't know her colors yet, so we'll work on that too. I hope to help them both and make a bit of progress with my son.
Well, there is much to do today and the time is passing.