• Sarah Marcina

Best made plans...

I had been doing really good with post scheduled ahead of time. My plan was to have just quilting post on the odd days and on even days, if I have a chance, write something more personal. In December I had scheduled through January 3rd. I felt great about that, everything was set and ready to go through the beginning of the year. On my work calendar I had down to write quilt blogs for the month of January on the 4th. I woke up Thursday and felt awful. I had such a pounding headache, it felt like it was going to explode. I took some Advil, practically floated away because I drank so much water, and then took a nap. I thought for sure I would wake up and feel great. NOT! I felt worse. Friday I slept most of the day. Saturday I went to the doctor and he said I had strep. Ugh! Needless to say, the next few days I did nothing. Not even the dishes. I always get the dishes done. Enough about me being sick, but now that I am better I am so far behind.

I had planned on having two patterns wrote by well, tomorrow. I haven't even started. I had planned on finishing two projects and getting them ready to send to the long arm quilter. I'm am still trying to train my minds eye to see machine quilting rather than hand quilting. I have hand quilted so long I look at a flimsy and picture the perfect plan. Charisma Horton has been great, she has been able to take the hand quilting thoughts and work them into long arm quilting. I couldn't be happier.