I'm enjoying a bit of hibernation this New Year's week. With lots of football bowl games to watch and leftover bones from Christmas dinner to make stock from, nothing on my calender, and frigid temperatures outside, this qualifies as my favorite week of the year. November and December are so busy with holiday activities, I really need this week to destress and gear up for all that God has for me in the New Year.
2014 was a good year. My stitching took a back seat to other things, mainly family activities and gardening. I have a feeling 2015 will be similar as we have another son getting married in July, a daughter graduating high school in June, and there are several new rose varieties out there that are calling out, "You need me!"
As for stitching goals for the New Year, I'm going to leave it loose and just plan on whittling down my WIPs. For my garden, I plan to add a few new roses to my collection and get set to host another rehearsal dinner there. As always house projects need to be done, and I really should use my sewing machine more often. And I'd like to take the trailer out for a few more camping trips next year.
Ready or not, here we go into a New Year!