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From Procrastination to Completion

Day 132-139 Thursday-Thursday December 8-15, 2011

Posted by Beatrice on December 16, 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 132-139 Thursday-Thursday December 8-15, 2011

Project Accomplishments: None on the 11-point star. Read on to see what I did do.

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: basically static but not vegetative

Tools: mostly computer

Observations: A week has passed since my last post! It flew by. When I get into a mode of trying to meet a deadline, I get engrossed in what I am hoping to accomplish and spend every available minute doing the project. This is the case with turning 35 mm slides, that were scanned by Wal-Mart, into digital photos. This has been my primary focus for the past week I have two more discs full of about 133 slides each to look at, adjust in PhotoShop and save. This is a Christmas project for family members. I am now conceding that I may not get this done on time. It takes me about a day per disk of uninterrupted time. I have had interruptions each day since I started.

The slide project is something I procrastinated about since May 2008 so I am glad to be getting it done. I will use some of the photos in memory books. I will include the additional digital photos on a thumb drive.

I plan to work on the 11-point star project the week after Christmas and nothing else.

Prayer: Perhaps the fact that I have not written a prayer each day for the last week has contributed to the slowness of my slide project. I pray that I do a fine job of preparing the above slides for family members and that you speed my work, while helping me make good photo adjustment decisions.

Diversions: My diversions from the slide project included the following activities, Christmas preparations, home making and music. I also made some Christmas lace on my Janome embroidery machine. It was a first and fun project.

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