Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Thoughtful Tuesday. To Do Tuesday.


Thoughtful Tuesday:  Building an Indestructible Home
Yesterday's post was heavy so I was overjoyed to find this post from Lyli Dunbar at Fuel for a Wildfire Faith!  She shares four easy-to-implement steps on building a spiritually indestructible home.  Like many of us, she has struggled, yet, by choosing to lean on His everlasting arms, she has become a thriver as well!  

Her discussion on how love, humility, forgiveness and giving has the potential to break generational curses and strengthen our families for generations to come!  

I hope you take a few minutes to not only read her post, but take action to build a spiritually indestructible home!  

Last Week's List 
1.  Make at least 3 more yo-yo flowers to add to my quilt.  Done and done!  
2.  Finish up another color of flowers for my afghan - the Maria's Blue Crayon Spring Granny Afghan Crochet.  I'm about halfway there.  
3.  Sew a few more of fun four patches inspired by Amanda Jean at Crazy Mom QuiltsDone and done!
4.  Make labels for the Construction quilts!  Nope.
5.  Contact the organizations to give out the drainage bags Again, on hold.  
Future goals:
These pillowcases and my RSC Challenge quilt from 2017.  
This week's list:
June is going to be super busy - my calendar is bursting with fun activities and doctor appointments.  So, my list will be small.  
1) Make 1 or 2 more yo-yo flowers.
2) Make some progress on my my afghan.    
3.  Sew a few more of fun four patches inspired by Amanda Jean at Crazy Mom Quilts while visiting with Dad. 
4.  Make labels for the Construction quilts!  
5.  Contact the organizations to give out the drainage bags   

Future goals:
These pillowcases and my RSC Challenge quilt from 2017.  I actually made some progress on my quilt and started a new quilt.  

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8 comments:

  1. More nice yo-yo flowers! I hope your busy June will be a happy one.

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    1. Yes, I believe it will be a happy June! I'm taking a couple of sewing classes, teaching Spanish to my oldest two grandbabies a morning a week and playing with two more on another morning! On top of lunch with friends, doctor appointments and housework...busy and happy for sure! Thank you for your comment!

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  2. The blue with the yellow makes the flowers just pop!

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    1. Thank you! I'm using yellow in all the flowers reminiscent of the Hexagon Grandmother's Flower Garden! Take good care!

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  3. Pretty yo-yo's! Nice blue. Hope your doctor appts come out positive. Also thank you for the comment you left on my blog. Blogger has not yet worked out all the bugs so you and everyone who commented on my post came up as a no reply blogger. AARRGGH I hope they work this out soon.

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    1. Thank you! And thank you for your sweet comment! My appointments are going well! Praise God! I'm struggling with Blogger as well! Frustrating....sigh....... Take good care!

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  4. I love Lyli and appreciate you sharing her post! Thanks. Your yo yo flowers are beautiful! Wish I could quilt.....

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    1. How awesome that you know her writings as well! You know, I thought I couldn't quilt, but then I heard this questions:
      "Can you sew in a straight line for 4"?" I thought, "Sure, I could do that!" Then I started quilting! :) Thank you for visiting!

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