Sunday, January 08, 2012

The "Year of my Retirement!"

OK that's the theme. Now for the goals - now 'mind you' they are NOT resolutions. Resolutions set one up for failure and that is not an uplifting behavior - can you guess that my first goal is to focus on uplifting behaviors?

#1 practice uplifting behaviors - and this includes all of those things like focus on others' good points, focus on one's health, focus on enjoying all that life has to offer.

#2 focus on UFO's & working "from the stash" for my hobbies - having caught up in the knitting area, I now turn to the sewing & quilting projects.

#3-?? to be continued in later blogs

I cleaned the chicken house today and was able to shovel out the pen some too since it is not freezing. The chickens always like a clean house - they scratch around in the newly laid down sawdust and have a great old time. I am going to give a couple of the chickie-doodles away (most likely to the DD) as we just cannot handle so many eggs. I am not used to chickens that lay an egg almost every day!

I attended the board meeting for my fiber group this afternoon - we are attempting to get a calendar of meetings for the year. Lots of ideas, but we needed to flesh out some of them - this group likes to learn new things, and spend some time talking about old ones, too.

a little old-fashion lady to help us remember that it really is winter, LOL.


Kathy said...

I agree that resolutions set us up to fail, but a goal seems less threatening somehow. Seems like you're making good progress on the projects. Oh! my fabric stash is out of control.

drMolly, the BeanQueen said...

I'm not talking about how much is in my fiber, yarn, or fabric stash - just using them, LOL.

drMolly, the BeanQueen