Sunday, 31 January 2010

hhhhhmmmm........

Well not sure what is going on here..........I had have so many plans of things to do and get done and NOTHING.........NOTHING has happened..........well maybe not completely nothing as I managed to start 3 more projects and I have fiddled with them but still NOTHING.........nothing finished for OPAM.......nothing really has got me motivated...........well for longer then 5 minutes anyway.......I have wonderful things [shopping and presents] to show you and I haven't even been motivated to take pics to show you those........
School holidays are nearly over which is quite sad and we have had a nice time together at home - lots of time lazing about and in the pool......and I have done lots of swimming exercises while in the pool so I suppose that is good[hope you reading this Kerry]......
.....anyway we'll see when I get back into the groove to finish something........Nothing that a good nights sleep wouldn't fix either [sick little boy hasn't helped] and some cooler weather would be good........but we still have lots of summer left yet...........
Go and check out this lovely blogger - Luv n Hugs we had a nice day together this week.............no sewing but LOTS of chatting..........
.........take care til next time.....Chookyblue.........

25 comments:

  1. You've spent alot of time together as a family, that's worth more than finished quilty projects in my book. Don't fret, when the holidays are over you'll probably get back into the swing of things

    Love and hugs Gina xxx

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  2. I'm sure you will find your motivation again soon. It's nice just enjoying time together as a family!

    And I'm so glad you found my lovely friend Nic.... sounds like you had a wonderful day together!

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  3. The projects will come; it's the same here - it ebbs and flows..... Hope Bookworm is feeling better soon..... Looks like next summer we will be spending lots of time in a new pool....When are you back at work???

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  4. I can relate to that. I had that last year. Hope bookworm get better soon. Its nice to spend time with the kids. They will remember that when they grow up and not how many OPAMs you got done. Always next week.

    Cheers

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  5. I know how you feel, motivation is a great thing when you have it, and frustrating when you don't.

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  6. I often go through periods of no motivation but it will pass - trust me. Kylie xx

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  7. It will come and go - I have come to the thought if I just let it be it will come back and with avengance!

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  8. I am really unmotivated too - keep thinking of things I want to do but not actually getting round to them. Have the attention span of a goldfish just now.

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  9. your mojo will come back- I didn't sew much during our summer and then the machine sat covered for 3 weeks after Christmas. I do believe the only sewing I did was JoJo's runner and then one for myself. Finally after almost 2 years I dragged a box of 2 1/2" strips to finish the blocks for the class I had with Bonnie Hunter. I bought a beautiful kit to make a wall hanging at our guild's quilt show in November and there it sits :( I did open the directions but no motivation for it :( It will come one day and they'll be a ton of finishes all in a row :)

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  10. I had big plans for getting stuff done yesteday too. A short list, doable in a day, yet it was 9 p.m. before I got No. 1 done. Today I will attempt No. 2. Wonder how many hours it will take!

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  11. That's great that the holidays have gone so well and that you've enjoyed the company! :) Make February a BIG OPAM month then!! ;) Good intentions... mine never pay off!!

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  12. You can always sew when the school starts again.

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  13. Every elf needs a good break after Christmas.

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  14. We all go through periods of no motivation but it will pass.. at least you have had some quality time with family..that's good.
    Julia ♥

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  15. It is nice to have some down time and relax with family-I'm sure you will get things done soon enough

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  16. You are so sweet,& you have motivated me after lots of sewing chatter. Now settling in & picking next project. But still require good company for inspiration!!!! P.S And coffee
    Luv'N'Hugs

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  17. Sounds like a lot of us out there are finding it hard to get back into the swing of things. Sewing is the one thing I have got back in to. Now work is another subject.....
    Hope to see something soon.
    Sending you some sewing MOJO your way. xx

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  18. welcome to my world of not getting anything done!! LOL
    Glad that you had some quality time with the kiddies in the hols.
    I am working on something that I plan on getting finished to take to Nundle to show you all that I can finish something from 12 months ago LOL

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  19. Meh. So finish two next month :) Sounds busy nonetheless!

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  20. Spending time with your children IS the most important thing...the rest of us out here in bloggerville can just wait a minute! (Even though secretly I check every day to see what my fellow bloggers are up to and have missed you :) I hope you are having fun in your sunkissed world, over here in the states it's downright cold! Nichole

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  21. This ceativity thing is a very unstable force ;O)

    It will come back to you, when you are ready ;O) in the meantime do something else that you enjoy!!


    Wish you a wonderful Tuesday and a happy new week ;o)

    Yvonne :O)

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  22. I'm hearing you!!! I had a good start to January and then decided I needed school to go back and the routine would sort me out, after 1 day I'm exhausted and overwhelmed again!!!! Sometimes we just need to slow down a little and January was your time to spend time with the kids and unwind. You'll be back in the swing of things soon!! The heat certainly wouldn't help to motivate you.

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  23. Your mojo will come back ...just having a summer break!

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  24. We all need those lazy days to charge the battery! You motivation will be back! Take care!

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  25. We all need a little break sometimes, and sounds like you have been enjoying family time, a really important priority. We'll enjoy your pictures when you get around to them. Keep making memories.

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