From Procrastination to Completion

Day 104 Thursday November 10, 2011

Posted by Beatrice on November 11, 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 104 Thursday November 10, 2011

Project Accomplishments: none on 11-point star quilt project today — it has been 16 days since I worked on that project

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: none

Tools: computer

Observations: Gee wiz, I thought I would wean myself off FreeHand so I decided to draw in Illustrator. All I wanted to do was join three lines. I spent hours fiddling with this. I read the manual and I looked at a couple of videos on-line. I tried repeatedly but I finally decided that if I was ever going to accomplish anything today I would use my FreeHand file and so I did finally add pages to my color wheel notebook.

Today we had the first coating of winter snow. Burr!

Prayer:  I pray that, with your help, I can keep H focused on bridge construction.


Diversions: The bridge rail design took up part of my day. I needed to calculate the angle at which the rails would slant as they went up the bridge beam curve. I calculated a rough estimate. Then, for the rest of the day, I worked on my color wheel notebook. In the evening, I went to church music practice. I have a stiff neck this evening from looking at the monitor.


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