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Monday, December 28, 2009

Back To Normal

The presents have been put away, the tree has been taken down and the decorations have been tucked safely back into the attic until next Christmas. I am happy to say that aside from the stray pine needle that keeps appearing here and there, everything is back to normal. Today I am spending the day preparing some new projects...you might say that I'm moving from pine needles back to quilting needles and knitting needles!


Barb said...

Yawhoooooooooooooooooo!!! I can't wait to get back to my machine......can't wait to see what the New Year brings!!

Needled Mom said...

Onwards and upwards. Happy new year!

Jackie said...

I can't seem to get a cleaning rag out of my hand. I would much rather have a needle of some sort to work with instead.

Robin Hill Quilts said...

The holidays are wonderful but I too am so glad to get back to my machines and my sewing room!!

Anonymous said...

It always feels good to get that last box in the attic. Mine are sitting in the hallway waiting to be handed to the hubby. Not sure when he will get around to it. I have a baby quilt ready to sandwich and start quilting. Happy New Year!

Mrs Quilty said...

Wow, everything down and put away already! Not me, it'll be a week or so. Want to still enjoy the lights, manger, etc. And if I were truthful, I don't have it in me to drag out the boxes and put it all away yet! Just going to enjoy for awhile. Happy New Year to you!

SewCalGal said...

You are more organized than I am. I have my Christmas decorations down, and staged, but not yet put away. Hopefully tomorrow.

I enjoyed Christmas very much, but I'm now looking forward to next year.

I hope you have a very Happy & Healthy New year!


Deb said...

Isn't it a great feeling to get rid of the tree and return to normal again Susan. A new list to be made for the new year.

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