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My Blogging Bad



Ugh, I know you know what I'm about to do, apologize for not blocking for such a long time. I'm sorry...that's done! Moving on. Catching up. 

Today, I've been working on my Bean Bags. I just wanted to. I should be planting and cleaning and household stuff, but that's not very interesting or rewarding. LOL

I've been toying with the idea of replacing my HQ Handiquilter for a newer model, but the idea of selling my current one first makes me question why, now that it's upgraded and serviced and it's like new. Sign.

I just bought a Brother Scan and Cut for my Baltimore applique projects, hoping to speed these up a bit. I love the process of all the cutting of FP and the cutting all the fabric, but I do want to get some of them finished. LOL  If you have any fabric cutting tips for the SnC, please share in the comments section. I have "Analysis Paralysis" - which mat to use, whether I need to starch or not, etc. !

I'm one of those that love to make lists and I found the Bullet Journal system sometime in February (long after the world found it) so I've been keeping a journal/list of all of have to do (hundreds) and all I'd like to do (hundreds) and all I've done (3, and that's cheating). It's a pretty simple system, just write the date and list everything. I've found that re-writing it makes me want to get it done, but I still don't do it!!! I have been away helping my daughter and didn't take it with me so I missed a couple weeks, but I've stuck with it when I got it back. I seemed to have fallen off the blogging wagon because jotting down stuff in my journal is easier and since I also have the "Laziness Disorder," reading blogs, Pinterest, FB, seem to fill my day. 

I also recently joined a FB list 365/30 Lists: Philofaxers! I started using today and the list is "Top 10 Favorite Movies."  I'll share a few with you. Pretty Woman, of course, and Sixth Sense (see any dead people lately?) is a favorite, too.  What are your 10 Favorites?  Don't think too hard or too long, the task will become overwhelming.  








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