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From Procrastination to Completion

Day 106 Saturday November 12, 2011

Posted by Beatrice on November 13, 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 106 Saturday November 12, 2011

Project Accomplishments: none on 11-point star quilt project today — it has been 18 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: raked leaves

Tools: rake, computer equipment

Observations: H reinstalled the center intermediate post and we are satisfied with the center (and first constructed) bridge rail system. There are eight sections with spindle angles that are more difficult.

Prayer:  Thank you for what I accomplished Saturday. Bless my efforts and make them worthwhile

Diversions: The day began by painting the unpainted side of the bridge intermediate posts. The color wheel notebook became my next focus until I went to the lot checked out the bridge rail section and raked leaves. After I came home, I went to theE. Lansing film festival show called “Stitched” with a friend. It is about three top quilters,Paducah and Houston. When I came home, I typed a paper for a friend, emailed it to her asking questions, changed things by phone, emailed it back to her and completed that task. I continued working on the color wheel notebook and printed another copy. It needs some adjustment of printed colors. I watched the news and went to bed.

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