Last week, I didn't get much quilting/sewing done. I also didn't get much of anything else done.
I didn't clean my house.
I didn't make any fancy dinners, although the husbatron (aka the resident dishwasher) would testify that I still managed to dirty up a fair number of dishes in the process of dinner prep.
I didn't do much reading for work or work email after hours.
I didn't do any yard work.
And my Google Reader's at 1000+ unread posts, so I clearly haven't been keeping up with any category of blogs.
I'm not quite sure what I did last week, actually. It's all a lazy summer blur.
I probably won't do all that, but I can, because I'm starting the week with noble intentions and fresh potential. And that's one reason to appreciate the beginning of each week.
With good reason, Mondays have a bad rap. When the alarm goes off on Monday morning, its piercing shrieks seem cruel and unusual after a relaxing weekend. But Mondays are also full of opportunity.
Last week is gone. Feeling remorseful over what didn't get done last week is a waste of time.
But this week, this week is wide open with possibilities.
Sorry to go all touchy-feely on you. I had to get it out of my system. Getting down to the brass tax of things...
This week, I hope to:
- finish quilting my Bliss quilt (y'all, I'm so close I can almost taste it)
- make cherry turnovers for the husbatron (inspirational recipes here, here, and here)
- spray paint some picture frames to hang in the sewing room
Do you have any big or small plans for the week?