I am in full production mode over here. Even burning the midnight oil, which I never do. I am not a night owl by any stretch of the imagination, but if any sewing is going to get done, it is going to happen after dark.
Yesterday I took Grandpa to the doctor, and then out to lunch. He was so grateful to get out of the house, and have some attention. We went to Applebee's after his appointment and he was so excited to have a lunch date. As we were going into the restaurant he said "You take such good care of me". Aw. Don't you hope that when you are 91 years old you are still loved and appreciated? I sure do. And I am honored to be part of Grandpa's life.
So, while I was waiting in the doctor's office, I was texting my friend back and forth. She is working on Halloween 1904 and has been sending me some pictures of her progress. I am so excited about this project and as you know, I began mine last week too. And I worked on Shiloh. And I got very jazzed about receiving Metropolitan Fair and completely changed up yet another project to incorporate it. That is three projects that are vying for my attention.
As we chatted about Halloween 1904 my friend asked, "Can you focus?"
Focus? On what? Oh, my Halloween 1904 project?
Um. Well. Yeah. Maybe I should do that. One thing at a time. Focus. Right. I can do that.
You know how at the begining of the year, a lot of bloggers pick a word and try to set that as their goal for the upcoming year? Shoot, I never did that. Why would I want to do that? But now maybe I have a word for something I should aspire to.