Things I’m Looking Forward

This is not really a list of resolutions; more like a list of things I’m looking forward to in 2010.

Doris asked to participate in a quilting bee, which I’ve always wanted to do, so I’m excited for this one.

I’ve also been invited to attend a quilting retreat, another thing I’ve always wanted to do, so I’m excited for that weekend in June. (Thank goodness it doesn’t conflict with the opening of Eclipse.)

In college, I was a journalism and English major, so I had a lot of Shakespeare classes. I am looking forward to relearning Shakespeare with my new book, and going to a few plays this summer at the local theater.

I am going to organize a Christmas in July ornament exchange. Stay tuned if you’re interested.

I currently have six unfinished quilts that I will finish before I start another one.

I would like  to expand my etsy shop. (in the works over the next few months)

Biggest of all, I would like to find something else to do for a living.

Wish me luck!

12 thoughts on “Things I’m Looking Forward

  1. Cool post! A quilting bee AND quilting retreat AND Eclipse AND…you’ve got lots of exciting stuff going on this year!!

    I am definitely interested in that Christmas in July!

  2. Good Luck! Making those kind of leaps say a lot about a person’s character! You’ll be great at whatever it is you’d like to pursue. And yes, please, please, please with the ornament exchange!

  3. Love the idea of things to look forward to this year. I think it’s always good to have a plan (like finding a new job). Plans can change, but they give direction, which I think is always a good thing.

    Love the Purl Soho calendar!


  4. Sounds like a really fun year. (By the way, I like your calendar.) Can’t wait to hear about your quilting retreat, I haven’t done one of those. Please count me in on your swap!

  5. I love your variety of things to do this year! Sounds like a lot of fun things, which I’m sure you’ll fill in around with lots of new projects!

    I can’t wait to hear about your retreat, sounds great!

  6. How organized are you! You’ll love the retreat. And I’m sure a new job will come along~sometimes patience is key. And I definitely would love to do the swap!

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