I think I just gained a few more years to finish all these charts! 🙂
Seriously, I don’t count on tomorrow. I know when it’s my time to go, I’m outta here. I’m thankful for every day I have; I try to make the best of every day. I’m not one who wants to clean out all my “stuff” and tidy up to make it easier for Vince and/or Chad. I figure I’m living my life and enjoying the things I have. Take all the quilting fabric for instance. We know I’m not using it for quilts these days but I do use it sometimes for other things. Maybe some day I’ll use some of it to make pajamas or night gowns or aprons . . who knows? I’m not ready to donate it or sell it. If I leave it behind, Vince and/or Chad can do with it whatever they want! Bonfire, sale, charity.
One thing that does weigh on me a bit is that there are so many charts I want to stitch! I doubt Chad and Nicole will want any of them so I don’t even know why I feel the need to get things stitched.
But . . the main point of this post . .
Vince and I have been doing this . . I don’t even know what you call it – kind of a trial but back in April, we had massive bloodwork done and we’re having it done again in a month or so. We got all the results and from time to time, we get something else that was developed from our bloodwork.
Yesterday we each got an email telling us our “biological age”.
This was calculated based on the bloodwork from April so I’m a calendar year older now but I feel like I’ve just been given 12.7 extra years!
I’m sitting here wondering . . should I order more charts since I have more time left than I thought? 🙂 No! Not ordering charts today. It does give me motivation to stitch faster though.