December 3rd, 2012

December 3rd, 2012

Not a very zippy title, huh? Life has been pretty packed and just remembering the day is all I can do some days…and then sometimes I can’t even do that.  I have been working two dayjobs since July (besides my work for Generation Q and my ATTEMPTS at work here in the studio)  Come here in January,  I am hoping for more time to get to Blue Nickel and Gen Q endeavors.  Things are looking good in that department, but not quite there yet.

In the meanwhile I have these quick bits to share with you from my very hectic life (do I even need to mention that Christmas is looming on the edge of the Holiday Cliff as well??)

Here are two of the  15 letters that I have been working on for the Snail Mail My Email project.  My ability to have the time for these has actually really given power to the term snail mail.... I was assigned fifteen letters and I still have 5 to finish.

Here are some blocks that I sent off to be included in a quilt for the Sandy Victims Relief  Quilt Drive that Michele organized to help spread some love amongst the victims of that horrible devastation.

And here is a picture of some of the scraps from my cutting disaster area table plus a brief look at my upcoming stop on the 15 Minutes of Play Book Blog Tour this coming Thursday the 6th of December.

I did have a little fun in amongst all the working at least, right??

Hoping your December is off to wonderful start AND that you are getting a little bit of rest sometimes. Rest a little for me too while you’re at it, okay??



4 Responses to “December 3rd, 2012”

  1. 3LittleBrdson 03 Dec 2012 at 8:28 am

    I love your wonky log cabins. :)

  2. Tabathaon 03 Dec 2012 at 6:33 pm

    How do you do it Scott?? TWO jobs and GenQ?? Wow, I’m in awe!

  3. Victoriaon 04 Dec 2012 at 7:53 pm

    So glad you can still find time to play! Looking forward to your book!

  4. [...] of today’s post for the tour.  I started playing (pictures of some of that play here and here) and then chose to make some blocks that I think I may turn into pillows for after Christmas to [...]

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