Bucket List Worthy – Quilting Style

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  1. Snowcatcher says:

    I love some of the wishes on your bucket list and wish I lived close enough to hit MSQC with you! Bucket lists are a great way to survive winter doldrums. Gives me a way to keep my mind and hands busy until better weather and longer hours of daylight.

    • Roseanne says:

      Hi Deborah,
      I think you are in Colorado? That isn’t tooooooo far away – just a straight shot down to Missouri. Kind of. Well, it’s a stretch – okay – but it would be SO fun! I’m not fond of driving in the snow – who is? So I like the winter because I spend a lot of time in my sewing room, and that is a happy place. ~smile~ Roseanne

  2. Susan says:

    Good idea to divide the list that way. As for Quilts of Valor, look for a post from me. =)

  3. I think it’s great to have two lists…short term and long term. I haven’t really written my list down on paper but I probably should. The days I have left on this earth are way fewer than those that have already passed. Perhaps if I wrote it down and posted it in my special space I could having something to remind me to have fun above all else! Thanks for sharing your list. 🙂

    • Roseanne says:

      Hi Cindy,
      No one really knows how long we have left on this earth . . . but it is fun to me to think of meeting some of these short- and long-term goals for just quilting. I hope you do share yours – you might give me some ideas to add to my list. ~smile~ Roseanne

  4. Shannon Fleming says:

    You’re planning on driving to Oklahoma? From where? We have an old country quilt shop like none other about an hour from my house. It’s located in Antlers and it’s out in the country. I’ve never been to a retreat, but I imagine they would be exhausting. I’m on the fence about trying one out. It wouldn’t be about getting things done, now would it!

    • Roseanne says:

      Hi Shannon,
      My peeps live in Allen, OK and I live in Wisconsin. Yes, I believe you are correct about the retreat and not getting much done. Hmm, maybe I should take that off my list. Nah, I still want to give it a try. ~smile~ Roseanne

  5. Vicki in MN says:

    You have a fun bucket list, I hope you get to accomplish another 1 or 2 in the next 6 months! Retreats are fun but they can also be very exhausting. I went for 5 years and have given it up, didn’t miss it at all last year. I usually got sick right after, I think due to lack of sleep there. I am so happy you had the 2 sales, I’m hoping things pick up for you.

    • Roseanne says:

      Hi Vicki!
      I can imagine the retreats are exhausting because I don’t sleep well anyway, and having friends around would make me too excited to sleep. If the Etsy shop works out, it does, and if not, oh well. I’m not going to stress about it – that doesn’t help anyway. I am thrilled to hear about your sales, though!! ~smile~ Roseanne

  6. Gretchen says:

    You can take care of not attending a retreat by attending the Jane Stickle retreat next April! See you there, I hope.

    • Roseanne says:

      Hi Gretchen,
      I looked at the dates and it is the week after Sue is off for Spring break. Darn it, but maybe next November would work. I didn’t check out those dates yet. There will be a retreat sometime for sure! It would be so fun to see you at a retreat! ~smile~ Roseanne

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