Monday, November 9, 2009

No Quilts

As usual, when I am deep into a project, I tend to ignore everything else. I have finished the top of "Devon Town."Now I get to clean the house. My sewing studio is a real mess. I've got bits of fabrics all over each table, covering all the chairs and scattered about the floor. My dining room table is pushed to one side of the room. My computer room has been a catch-all for months. It's become a junk room. I haven't vacuumed in weeks, and I've got papers stacked up in piles all over. I have books and bookcases in every room, some that haven't been touched in years occupying prime real estate.

So I got started. The place still looks messy, but it's headed in the right direction. I've got guests visiting after Thanksgiving, and I want the place nice and organized well ahead of time.

By that time I'll be ready to finish "Devon Town."

2 comments:

Exuberant Color said...

I think you just described my house! I am so glad to hear I am not the only person who doesn't vacuum every week.

Sue said...

That makes three of us. When my oldest daughter was still at home, we religiously cleaned house every weekend. When it was only my younger daughter [14 yrs younger] at home, WHEN we cleaned house, we wrote it on the calendar as proof. I still live by that method. : ] This is one of those mornings that I want to tear into placemats that need quilting--and the floor is screaming, "Isn't it about time????"