Edit…….this was meant to be posted about five days ago but due to lack of reliable internet access here it’s been somewhat delayed! Sorry….fingers crossed this time.
We’ve had lots of fun over the Christmas week spending time with both families, giving and receiving gifts and eating lots!
And now it’s lovely to be in Lancefield just spending time together, relaxing and doing a few odd jobs around Sewjourn (well, Mal is anyway!)
There hasn’t been much time to reflect on the past year but it has been a busy one. I was reading my declarations here and whilst they probably haven’t all been achieved I don’t feel like it’s been a total loss either.
As for finishing one project a month, well lots of things have been finished but probably not one per month. There was of course the unexpected quilting for those affected by the bushfires and there were many projects finished there so if you count those then I think I can give this point a tick.
Has this year been less busy? Yes I think so although it has still been pretty crazy. Maybe that’s just the way it’s destined to be!
2009 has seen me join Around the Block which is fun and challenging, meet lots of nice people through the Bushfires Quilting Bee which flowed on into making a quilt for Breast Cancer in October and with more get togethers planned for next year, do a stint of full time work, have a couple of lovely holidays, got to know lots more bloggers, (and quite a few more so please don’t be offended if I’ve left you out), go to a few Quilt Shows and watch our gorgeous girls continue growing up. And it’s been an incredible year for Sewjourn. I continue to be amazed by the number of bookings and the positive feedback from everyone. Sure it’s been hard work at times but it’s also been really rewarding and I’ve met some lovely people along the way.
So….what’s in store for 2010? Lots of things! But I’ll tell you them in another post. For now, wishing you and your families a very happy and peaceful New Year.