The only guidelines are that you write about something that kept you on your feet that week, whether that’s a person that inspired you, an action you took that you’re proud of, a book or movie or TV show that nourished your heart, a self-care strategy that worked for you, a goofy event or moment that brought you joy. Whatever it is, every Sunday, I want you to tell me something that matters to you. If you don’t have enough energy for a post, tweet it at me (you can use the hashtag #SomethingonSunday).So here we go. This week I finally started doing some sewing again. Years ago, when I had just one little baby, I took a class at the quilt shop and made this fun batik thing with a moon and stars on it. I couldn't think of how to quilt it, so I put it on a shelf and left it for a long time. Over the summer when I was clearing things out, I came across it at the same time as a large piece of batik, and I finally realized that it would make a great back. So I pieced together a batt (out of the large bag of big batting scraps), and now I am quilting it -- all without going shopping. My 14-year-old promptly fell in love with it and wants it on her bed.
So that's my thing I did this week to get myself going.