Saturday, May 2, 2020

May Goals

May Goals

Here is my list to help keep me focused. I need to check on the number draws and I have already started working on this list. Looking forward to another productive month.

We are still in shelter in place, even though things are slowly opening back up. Honey Do is concerned that this is happening too soon, and I tend to agree with him. My plan is to continue to stay as close to home as I possibly can.  Of course, there are no shortage of projects that need to be finished or want to be started :)

1 - OMG/Number Draw #

2 - 12 Things - #

 3 - Baby Quilt

4 - Doll Quilt 

5 - Doll Gown 

6 - Susan's BOM - March and April blocks

7 - PLQS BOM #5
Waiting to receive

8 - Bird Song Block 3

9 - F2F Blocks - need three 
 pull fabric and make

10 - Sunday Stitch - page 6
drawn off, need to stitch

11 - Monique Sew Along 
Assemble next set of blocks

Any "extra" sewing

Hope you all have a good, productive week.
Stay safe and healthy.

Thanks for stopping by.

Don't worry about anything; 
instead, pray about everything.
Tell God what you need, thank him for all he has  done.
Then you will experience God's peace, which exceeds anything we can understand. He will guard your hearts and minds as you live in Christ Jesus.

Phillipians 4: 6-7


Allie said...

Great goals hon, and I love the sewing you've been doing! Good to keep your hands busy. I'm wishing they'd hurry up and open our state - the goal was to flatten the curve, and we've done that, and also flattened our hospitals. People are desperate for elective surgeries to resume, and my mom really needs to see her cardiologist. The goal was never to keep everyone from getting it, just to keep everyone from getting it all at once. I don't mind staying home as I'm high-risk, but folks need to get back to work - it can be done safely. Now we all have to wear masks everywhere, so if they work, why can't people wear them at work - and if they don't, why do we have to wear them?

Susan said...

These look good. I haven't even checked any of the twelve things or number draws or colors or anything else. Here you are all set up for the month.

dq said...

That is a healthy list, but we quilters all seem to have one. Enjoy every moment!

I agree that things are opening up a little soon. We just have to take care of ourselves and stay home. I would except for taking my grands. I worry when they visit their dad who they have been exposed to. Hopefully they are kept safe for every one's sakes.