Sunday, October 9, 2022

Stitching Stuff: Week 39 of 2022

How is it Sunday already?  This week went really fast. There were stressful things this week and good things this week. My Mother was in the emergency room twice this week. Thankfully they were able to change her medication and she's home doing much better as of yesterday.  The other good thing this week is that Grad Girl is home for fall break.  We weren't sure we'd get to see her till Thanksgiving, but she was able to sneak in a quick trip home.  She'll have to head back on Tuesday, but we'll enjoy her while she's home. 

My stitching week wasn't perfect, but it wasn't bad either. 

  • 15 minute days/week = 5/7 days
  • 15 minute days/October = 6/8 days
  • 15 minute days/2022 = 146/281 days
  • Success rate = 51.96%

Not as good as last week, but I'm learning to give myself grace when I just don't make it upstairs to sew.  There are too many other factors that play into my ability to work in those 15 minutes.  

Thank you to all that linked up last week. I look forward to seeing what everyone was able to get done this week.  Please link up below and share how much stitching time you got in last week.  

1. Frederique
2. Gretchen
3. Ivani
4. maggie f
5. Julie in GA
6. DonnaleeQ
7. Amanda
8. Quilting Gail

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Frédérique - Quilting Patchwork Appliqué said...

I'm so happy you have your daughter at home, and that your mother is better too. You did well with your sewing time, the most important part is enjoying the process. You give me the motivation to sew, I hope it will serve you too ;) Hugs

Gretchen Weaver said...

I'm glad your mother is doing better, your daughter was able to come for a visit and you were still able to find some time for sewing. Happy stitching!

Ivani said...

Glad to know your mother is feeling better and that your daughter is home, so enjoy the family time together. Hope you have a happy and less stressful week, Kate.

LIttle Penguin Quilts said...

I'm so sorry your week included worries about your mom - that is no fun. Glad she's better and that Grad Girl had a chance to come home for a bit. Wishing you a few more sewing minutes this coming week!

DawnyK said...

So glad you are getting some stitching time in. It's so great to see you online again. You are doing just fine getting back into the swing of things. Sounds like a great time having your daughter home. Wishing you a lovely fall. I'll link up again at the end of the month. Thanks!

thea said...

With everything you've got going on, it's amazing that you were able to spend as much time as you did.

seabreezequilts said...

Glad Grad Girl is home for a visit. Hopefully your mum is on the mend and the meds do the trick.