It was not the type of project I intended to do for ANY month in the School Year Challenge. It didn’t fit in the framework of renewing, repurposing, or redoing furniture. Nor did it fit into the category of any sewing project I have been wanting to do. Continue reading “Finished Early…April’s Iccomplishments*!”
Too much to do but not sure where to start? You thought you had a plan of action, but it seems like you still aren’t getting anything done?
These are some of the feelings that have plagued me on and off during the School Year Challenge.
This personal nine month challenge began in September and has resulted in a roller coaster of learning with highs and lows.
On Tuesday, my husband Douglas and I were walking Caramel in the park. I was talking excitedly about the different things I had been doing for the first two days of spring break.
“Remind me how I felt at this moment the next time I want to eat as much as I did today,” I groaned to my husband as I curled up on the bed holding my stomach.
My original goal for the School Year Challenge was to focus on a different room in my house each month and complete projects which have been on my mind for years.
Then, in my perfect world, by the end of the school year almost all the rooms in our home would have had change(s) to indicate progress toward a final vision.
It was stashed in the corner of a thrift store covered in dust and sitting in the midst of a miscellaneous collection of unwanted furniture. Oh no…it was calling my name!
What would I do with it? Where would I put it? There had already been too many pieces of furniture that had whispered my name, I gave into the call, and then brought them home.