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Thread: What did you do on New Years day?

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    I had a bad cold, cleaned on my sewing room a bit and then watched football and fell asleep, then watched more football.
    Sewbeadit
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    I made MORE items from the Princess fabric......dolly quilt, bed pillow, pillowcase and totebag. Did clean up the sewing area, got out the unfinished NICU quilts - that is the next goal. THEN, will start my brothers quilt for THIS year's present. My goal/resolution for this year is to not wait till the last minute and become so stressed out that quilting isn't any fun. So - quilting lots this year, and taking time to sip the wine as well.

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    I have had a cold for some time and finally getting better today. Didn't do much.

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    I worked on my NYE Mystery quilt. Still not done, but it's getting there.
    Current piecing: Zig Zag quilt & LOTL (HSTs done, assembling units)
    Hand piecing project: Apple core (TOP IS DONE!!!! Yay!)

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    You mean there is something else to do on New Year's Day other than watch football? All of my life & I do mean since I was born New Year's day is a day for football and left-overs (no cooking other than heating the left-overs). I am 57 years old now - so it a long standing family tradition. Since I can't sit still for long - even for football - I was crocheting the last scarf for my youngest daughter.

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    DH and I did a motorcycle run for the food bank drive.

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    I went shopping at Joanns, then went to my quilt group's holiday party. It was a nice day.

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    Spent the day with 2 DD's, son-in-law, & 3 grandkids. Went hiking at Mt. Lassen. It was a gorgeous day and we couldn't stand to stay inside. It was a glorious way to start the new year!

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    I sure hope you are wrong about what you do on Jan 1 is what you do all year. I had carpal tunnel surgery on my right hand Friday after having it two weeks ago on the left. So what I did on Jan 1 was deal with too much physical pain. I laid around and rested all day.

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    Man I hope that isn't true. I was stuck in a car on my way to fl for a funeral. Unless that means I will spend more time with my long distance family I don't want to be soing this all year.
    Brooke

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