Vince left about 8 this morning to go take his test for his ham radio license. He had to go to Lamar, which is about halfway between here and Chad. He texted me that he made 100. For Vince, anything less would have been very frustrating. That’s Reason #2 why I wouldn’t take the test. First, I can’t see me ever being interested in talking on the radio. Second, I would have been happy with the minimum number of correct answers just to pass the test
This morning I was thinking about whether to call him and ask him to bring home pizza. I didn’t feel like cooking but knew I should. Before I decided whether or not to call him, he called me to see if I would like pizza for our late lunch. YES!
I’ve been busy trying to kit projects I’m going to work on next year. We’re all different but I think, for me, knowing everything I want to stitch on is neatly tucked into a bag . . that kinda closes a door in my brain that keeps saying “Do you have this? Do you have that? You shoudl order more linen while you can get it!”
I’ve only done three so far but it takes about at least half an hour on each project. Pull all the floss. Decide on a fabric. Lay out the floss and see which ones need to be substituted. Put it in the bag and move on to the next one.
Here’s the breakdown of the charts I’m pulling and kitting:
- Scheduled Starts for 2022 – These are in my sidebar and there are 12 of these
- WIPGO Board – 11 (I may reduce that down to 10). Some of these are already started projects.
- Sunday Stitches – 6
That’s 29 projects – not all new projects. No doubt they won’t all get finished in 2022 but I think it will be fun and should keep me busy.