At the time, I was relatively new to blogging and so was quite happy to spend an inordinate number of hours in front of my computer, with the rest of my time spent sewing. And so, I neglected my poor garden.
Don't get me wrong. I LOVE working in my garden. Gardening has been a hobby that began when we moved here to our 3/4 acre block over 30 years ago. Other hobbies have come and gone, but gardening has always remained. Last Summer, however, blogging and sewing took over and I am now trying to get things back under control, before the hot weather begins again.
The bibs I'm going to sew are for this month's sew-along with Kristy, over at Hopeful Threads, in support of Sew For Kids. I'm sure it won't take me long to whip up a few.
One of the items on my To Do list, is a bag, which is a very belated birthday present. I was going to join in with Purse Week, but I know I won't have time. The bag will have to wait just a little longer. Perhaps I can still join in vicariously through Wendy. She's already completed her bag for Purse Week and I LOVE it!!!
Tomorrow I'll be out in the garden again. There's definite benefits to gardening for seven hours a day for days on end. It's great for toning the upper arms. I've been doing push ups and triceps dips for ages, with no visible difference, but after moving a tonne of pebbles and doing lots of digging and lifting, I am very happy with the change I can see.
So, how am I going to make time to sew for an hour a day? I'm going to spend less time in front of my computer... easy!!! Well, perhaps not easy, but the world won't fall in if I spend less time on Pinterest or Facebook... LOL!!! And, just for this week, I might give link parties a miss.
Less time online should give me way more than an hour per day. It's 10pm, so definitely time to leave the computer and start on my hour's sewing for tonight...