To-Do Tuesday #259 Weekly Update

Happy Birthday, Sue!

Join us today for the 259th weekly To-Do Tuesday list and update. Linda hosts the To-Do Tuesday linky party and we thank you, Linda! Happy Happy Birthday to my bestie, Sue!

To-Do for the week of May 31st through June 6th:

  1. Survive the end of the school year – √ Done
  2. Start cutting Positivity pieces maybeNope – fabric hasn’t arrived yet
  3. No more – stress-free motto adherence!

No sewing happened last week at all but we did have an early birthday celebration on Sunday! GG joined us in the kitchen singing happy birthday to Auntie Sue. The candle was relit several times (five times, to be exact) so everyone got a chance to blow out the candle including Sue. The littles enjoyed the cheesecake with some whipped cream on top. More whipped cream than cheesecake, I might add. ~smile~

To-Do #1

Today is Sue’s last day of school with students. Nice birthday present, huh?! Tomorrow is “Records Day” to finish up report cards, pack up a room that she doesn’t have since she teaches virtually, and whatever else needs to be wrapped up. Her boss is moving on to a different job so they are having a going-away luncheon for him. Our staff and students’ last day is Thursday. When the bell rings there is always a delighted scream that makes me smile and laugh. This year there is a beach party combined with an ice cream bash. Sounds like a good way to welcome in the summer, don’t you think? I work year-round but I’ll surely miss everyone!

To-Do #2

The second annual Positivity QAL started officially on May 29th. We ordered some fabric from Green Fairy Quilts as they were having a sale on Riley Blake precuts. We found a pack of 10″ fabrics that we liked along with some tan Bella solid fabric. I’m certain it will arrive soon enough and then we’ll jump into the QAL with both feet so to speak!

To-Do for the week of June 7th through 13th:

  1. Happy Birthday to Sue with some lasagna from Olive Garden!
  2. Maybe start quilting a village-made apple quilt for Violet
  3. Two limit list for another stress-free week!

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19 Responses

  1. Happy Birthday late to Sue. Happy end of school days. Such a happy stress free To-Do List! Hope your cute fabric comes soon!

  2. Mary says:

    Happy Birthday to Sue, and what a fun to celebrate with cheesecake and whip cream. And a trip to Olive Garden sounds great! I like the Riley Blake fabric you chose for Positivity 2. I won’t be participating this time, but I will be following your progress.

  3. Happy Birthday to Sue and happy end of the school year, too! Cheesecake and Olive Garden sound perfect to celebrate. That’s a pretty bunch of fabric for the Positivity QAL, too – I’ll enjoy seeing the quilt you make!

  4. Sue Saynay says:

    Thank you all for the birthday wishes. I appreciate it more than you know!

  5. Chrisknits says:

    Happy Birthday Sue!!! Sending prayers and wishes your way for a great end of School year!

  6. HAPPY BIRTHDAY, Sue!!! Olive Garden to celebrate sounds fabulous!

  7. Happy, happy birthday Sue!! That cheesecake looks wonderful!! My favorite kind of birthday cake! LOL And happy end of school for you both! Enjoy that scream on Thursday!! Olive Garden is one of my favorites, so enjoy for me also! I hope your fabric arrives soon. Have a great week!

  8. Rochelle Summers says:

    Happy Birthday to Sue. Olive Garden lasagna sounds delicious! Grandson and I made a list of things to do this summer. In uppercase letters: ICE CREAM and HAVE FUN!!! Hope your fabric arrives this week. Have parts to cut but getting ready for a trip so not much sewing for next 2 weeks.

  9. Happy, happy birthday to Sue! I haven’t had cheesecake in a long time. Yummy!

    Great way to celebrate the end of the school year and the beginning of summer…I know I can’t resist ice cream! Yay for sticking to the stress free list, too! 🙂

  10. Linda says:

    Happy birthday to Sue, and love the photo of GG. The cheesecake looks delish! Glad you are having a great start to your summer. 🙂
    Thank you for sharing with To Do Tuesday!

  11. Happy Birthday to Sue and happy end of school year to you both!

  12. Kathleen McCormick says:

    Happy birthday to Sue!!! Drat on the fabrics not arriving, but you will be ready when they do. Love the cheesecake and perfect to have the candle lit so many times for Sue’s birthday. Sounds like a great week…enjoy it.

  13. Wendy Tuma says:

    Happy Happy Birthday, Sue!! The cheesecake sounds delicious, and the celebration sounds like lots of fun. Yay for school being done for summer, too! You did well with your list from last week. Stress-free is the way to go!

  14. Cheree Hull says:

    Let’s hear it for a stress-free week! Happy birthday and happy summer break! Yeehaw! Love, love that fabric collection! I missed that there is a second positivity QAL?? I swear that we JUST did that right??? LOL. No idea if I’ll get one made this year but I’ll try. Struggling with lots of obligations right now and need to learn your “no more” motto! I just want to do ALL THE THINGS! Have a great week!

  15. Bonnie in Va says:

    Happy Birthday and Happy end of school year! I remember how fun the end of another year of teaching was. Hope you have some fun with a little bit of quilty things this week.

  16. Happy Birthday Sue! Sounds like a wonderful end to the school year! Now you get to frolic through the summer! Yipppeee! Sending hugs!

  17. Vicki in MN says:

    It sounds like a big celebration week. Happy Birthday Sue!! I didn’t realize Sue was still teaching virtually. I hope the weather holds up for the beach party:)

  18. Tracie says:

    A birthday and the end of school to celebrate — woohoo! I love your stress-free list. It’s the long days of summer. Enjoy!

  19. Always nice to celebrate a birthday and blow out a candle – many times! Ah end of school year. I so do not miss that! But that ice cream party sounds good! Love that fabric, looks Christmasy. Hope it arrives soon. Waiting for fabric! ugh!

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