It was one of those weeks for me. Deadlines unfortunately are real things and I spent a lot of time this last week working to meet mine. That cut into my stitching (and blogging) time this last week. How about you? Was this an excellent week for you or did life have other plans for your stitching time? You can link up at the bottom of the post to share how the stitching went this week.
I stayed late at work several nights last week and went in early a couple of days to stay on top of looming deadlines. That cut into my stitching time this week.
- 15 minute days/week = 5/7 days
- 15 minute days/Nov = 17/21 days
- 15 minute days/2020 = 291/326 days
- Success rate = 89.26%
So not a perfect week. A couple days all I managed to fit in was 15 minutes. This was a week that I really needed those 15 minutes of sanity when I could get them in. Thankfully I'm off all this week, though I'm on call Wednesday if they need a supervisor on site.
One of the things on the to do list for this next week is to make some Christmas themed face masks. I ordered some fun novelty Christmas fabrics from Spoonflower when they had their half off fat quarters sale last month.
I think my favorite is the elves (gnomes?) The characters on the Nutcracker fabric may be too big for a mask. I may have to cut off a few legs.
That was my stitchy week. I'm hoping for a lot more stitching time this week. My Guy and the Scientist in Training have put their heads together on Thanksgiving dinner. It will just be the three of us this year. And we are thankful we can do that much this year. The SIT has been especially careful about contact with others so she could come home this week. Campus is closed for the whole week, which is nice. She'll have a chance to recoup a bit before she ends back for dead week and finals.
How was your stitching week?
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