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From Procrastination to Completion

Day 101 Monday November 7, 2011

Posted by Beatrice on November 8, 2011


Reading the tabs titled “An Introduction”, “Background” and “About” will help you know what this blog is about. You can track my 11-point star quilting project progress from day one to today.

Date: Day 101 Monday November 7, 2011

Project Accomplishments:  none on 11-point star quilt project today

Books:  Title: #14 — A Prisoner of Birth —  Author:  Jeffrey Archer– # of Discs: 13 — Listening time: 16 hours 30 minutes

Book Comments: no listening today

Exercise: up and down stairs several times

Tools: computer, washer/dryer, hammer, hole punch, tape measure, centering device, pencil, pen, paint brush, saw horses, tape, Exacto knife, printer

Observations: Today seemed like a long, very quiet day. I was glad when H got home, which was later than usual. The only thing on today’s list that I did not address was my 11-point star project. I have a book-signing coming up and I want to prepare my preliminary edition of my Color Wheel Notebook to display along with my other books.

Prayer: Lord, help me to recognize which projects are most important and to focus on those each day. This gray, long day helped me spend time in extended concentration. Thanks.

Diversions: My list contained several things. I did a load of laundry. I researched the minimum number of pages to get a Library of Congress control number, which are 50 pages. I worked on the layout of the color wheel notebook. I prepared my Meridian Music. I painted the bottom of the bridge rails. In the evening H and I worked on the layout of the spindles in the bridge rail sections.

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