If you could see inside of my brain, this is what it would look like.
I have far too much I need and want to do, and soon:
The Modern Siggy Swap, by the end of this month
Skirts for Haiti, by the end of this month
Black and white apron challenge, by the end of this month
Skirts for my daughters, SOON (the fabrics were Christmas gifts; I'd really like for them to wear them as skirts before the season passes!)
Grocery tote bags for the local food bank (I've been working on these for far longer than I care to admit)
A quilt for my daughter's upcoming Rite of Passage (more on that later) and hope chest
A Cheaper By the (Half) Dozen quilt I cut out; I'm auditioning the placement of the pieces in this picture, with the border fabric on the left side (Lisa's got a couple of beautiful ones here and here)
Now, mind you, I am an adjunct professor, and I finished up a term this week, so that meant final grades and all had to be determined and submitted this week. And I start a new term in a few days, so I have a lot of prep work for that.
AND my daughters just finished up a major concert--yes, it happened in the middle of the snowstorm.
Oh, and yes, a wee bit of snow--
OK, so, what do I start eliminating?