To-Do Tuesday #232 Weekly Update

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  1. Hi Roseanne. Another fun topper finished! Good on you, especially with Ellie still being at the spa! Sounds like a perfect week of “doing nothing” but gathering inspiration and planning new projects! I can imagine the hands on hips/sweet little voice commenting! 😉

  2. Chris says:

    I don’t even have to think about 2022, I already have dozens of ideas to start whenever fancy and time allows! And maybe some hold over ufo’s from 2021’s list too. Gah!

  3. Denise says:

    The phones are quiet and I had to stop by to catch up. The topper is adorable and yes I could see her with her hands on her hips, so cute. Last night I was just reminding my husband how many days were left in the year smh the whole time. Where the heck has the year gone? It doesn’t feel like fall. We just now have a fire going in the wood stove, since this past weekend. There were fresh roses on the bush when the cold snap set in. Never have I ever had roses this late in the year but I am certain we will pay for it with another extended winter. On another note, there is a plan for my Cookie Exchange day 🙂 Now I am off to snoop around some more. Good luck on your To-Do list.

  4. Linda says:

    Fun post – my favorite this week! Your table topper is gorgeous. I’m trying to finish the Autumn Jubilee quilt and hope to hang it on our wall before the kids arrive at Thanksgiving. I haven’t picked my Cookie Exchange project yet!
    Thanks so much for linking to To Do Tuesday. 😀

  5. Sharon says:

    Aren’t you just having a good ol’ time while your machine is away at her Spa Retreat! Hope she returns soon and sewing will be back to normal. Your Thanksgiving Topper is adorable!

  6. You’ve had one of those weeks that we’ve all had, and that’s how it goes sometimes! I’m sorry Ellie is still under the weather – hope she’s back and working again soon. And I guess I’d better go looking for a turkey!

  7. Gail Sheppard says:

    I’m so glad that you’ve done really well at “a whole lot of nothing.!” I think we all need that sometimes!
    Happy doing “whatever floats your boat.” But I’m sure that playing with the littles with take priority! Have fun!

  8. Rochelle Summers says:

    Ha, Ha, Ha!! Love this post and your “devil my care” attitude. It is refreshing. Turkey shortages…okay by me! Though my machine is back from the shop and I’ve been using it, I’m not running it ragged. There is some reading going on and some leaf raking and a LOT of procrastination. And yes, I can definitely picture Addison with hands on hips! I was counting the days til Christmas yesterday and wondered how the others flew by so fast I never saw them. Have a great week of doing whatever!!

  9. Wendy Tuma says:

    November already – and yesterday I saw with my own little eyes some white stuff in the air – noooooooo! I’m definitely floatin’ my boat over here, thinking I’m caught up a need to do stuff, so I’m likely forgetting something. No post today, no idea what I’m sewing today. Yep, pretty sure I’m missing something! LOL So Sue is holding you up??? Hahahahahahaha – yeah, right.

  10. Kathleen McCormick says:

    Oh my, hoping your machine gets home soon. Yes, time has flown this fall for sure. Can’t wait to see your cookie hop idea….I am so out of them these days.

  11. Mary says:

    Roseanne, you are definitely queen of the table toppers. How fun that you have a collection of different seasonal toppers that immediately add holiday cheer. Have a great day, Mary.

  12. Sometimes, a “whole lot of nothing” week is just needed!! It’s OK. Let yourself enjoy it while you scour the ‘net for new inspiration!!

  13. ‘Great job doing nothing.’ I commend you! Ha, ha!

    I don’t have Betty Boop back yet, either, so projects languish while I do nothing as well. 🙂

  14. Hey Roseanne! Enjoy your ‘whole lot of nothing’ – it’ll soon turn into ‘too much of everything’!
    Kudos to Lili (you need to speak praises clearly in front of her or else she’ll get cranky that you’re just using her while waiting for Ellie’s return)!

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