WOYWW #255

Another week,
another WOYWW

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I know I have been missing again for a week but in my house right now there never seems to be a dull moment.

Today for example, things were going not so well as the rest of my week. I woke up this morning with one of the worst migraines I have had in quite some time. So my day was spent in bed. Boy that sounds fun huh?

So that lead me to miss my church life group (AGAIN), which I really do not like to do. As the evening was just beginning, I had received a call that one of my daughters baby bunnies had passed away while she was at school. We didn't even know that she was pregnant a couple weeks ago until she had the babies. Out of the 4 babies, 2 are doing well and one is probably not going to make it through the night. Trying to mend a teenagers heart that cares so much for creatures big and to her preferably small, is a very hard thing to do. It didn't help that I still have a migraine. 

Okay enough of that. I hope everyone had a WONDERFUL and blessed Easter. Around here the weather was perfect and the company was great. I have to say this is one of the best dinners I've had with my family. Not because of the food, but because I had the chance to sit and talk with my dad. 

Growing up my dad was not a religious person by any means, but within the past year and a half, I have seen the most amazing changes in him. He has been baptised, attends church, and is in 2 life groups.  This Easter I sat and talked with my dad the entire time about different scriptures and how God is using him. It was a wonderful time spent with my family.

So this week in the world of crafting for The Determined Scrapper. (sorry it took so long to get to the point) I have all 240 blocks cut for my first quilt. I have about 80 more to finish squaring up and then I can begin to assemble. Now looking at things and seeing how long it has taken me to complete this step, I don't believe I will be able complete this before May 11th but I can always try.

I'm still working on getting all my stamps and other supplies listed in my EverNote database. When I was busy with invitations I had gotten a little behind and now I have a pretty big bin on my desk that still needs to be entered. I also have been working on getting together a tutorial on how I use EverNote to organize and document my crafting supplies.

Wow, a lot of words and only one picture. I promise next week I will not be as boring. A crazy life makes for a boring blog sometimes.

Have a blessed week and I hope to see you soon. 

The Determined Scrapper


Nikki C said...

That's a lot of little squares look forward to seeing the finished piece hugs Nikki 4

Julia Dunnit said...

Ah, but setting a deadline means that you won't let it slide, and that's no bad thing, in my opinion. So sorry about the migraine, hope you've truly shaken it off by now. Being poorly is such a waste of time! Time well spent with your beloved Dad...

Chrysalis said...

I hope you managed to shake off the dreaded M very soon, and can get back to normal life. Good to hear about your Dad. Take care, Chris # 19

Sharon Madson said...

I love EverNote for keeping a record of my stamp inventory! It took time,and I thought I would never get done, because I have so many! It has been so worth it! already, at a SU! workshop, I looked up and saw I had a stamp set, I had thought about ordering! LOL Glad you had a great time with your Dad. That is special!
Hugs #92

my cup of tea said...

Love your fabric selection for your blocks! Hope you have a fabulous creative week!

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