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Sunday Lately: Wk. 1

One of my unofficial goals of 2015 is to use this space to just plain write more. There is something therapeutic about typing out my thoughts. Much in the same way that sewing is therapeutic for me as well. So I when I saw Katy and Nicole post about this idea, I figured this would be a good way for me to start writing here more often.

Planning
Trying to figure out how I'm going to quilt two baby quilts this week, while entertaining a 2 year old and finally getting over this cold. Plus I'm working on two more baby quilts, one for a friend and one for my second little girl making her arrival in March. So in some ways it feels like this week is like the weeks leading up to Christmas, lots of sewing for gift giving. But after this I can work on all of the selfish sewing I want!



Loving
The snow outside! After a warmer than normal Christmas (in the 40's in Michigan), I love that winter seems to be making a comeback this week. Now I just have to get use to the cold weather again.



Reading
The Princess Curse by Merrie Haskell. This is my first book for the #26BOOKSWithBringUpBurns Challenge on Instagram and so far I'm quite enjoying it. This book has sat on my bookshelf for far too long, now is the time to just read it.

Wishing
For some level of normalcy to return to this house after a few weeks of fun. It has been nice having the hubby home for a few extra days the past two weeks, but this pregnant momma is tired and ready for a routine that will get blown out of the water in another few months.

Feeling
Excited about the new year! I love my Word of the Year: Embrace and I'm just ready embrace what comes my way this year.

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Sunday Lately is a weekly linkup with KatyNicole and Meghan.  Use our themes or use your own. 


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