To-Do Tuesday Linky #20 & Weekly Progress Update

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  1. Kate says:

    Great goals for the week of Christmas. Hope you’ve been able to meet each one. I didn’t link up this week due to the drama at our house this week, but I hope to be back next week.

  2. You are busy! I love the recipe reminders, not that I need one more bit of any of it. Ordered some fabrics for maybe using with 2020 challenge…we will see if it works – my Christmas pressie to me! Hope yours was happy – we just returned from travel and I am glad not to have a vat of cookies to eat! Looking forward to seeing Addison’s pressent and wishing you good luck with the Minky!

  3. Lisa J. says:

    I just wanted to apologize for not linking up like I promised to when you hosted TGIFF. The computer was acting up and I almost gave up blogging altogether . Thanks to my friend Scott things seem to be on track again. Whew.

  4. chrisknits says:

    Hope you get all your goals accomplished for this week, but most of all, have a very Happy Holiday!

  5. Susan Nixon says:

    Some great loves this week. Fudge is a favorite of everyone. I make mine with frosting and chocolate chips. =) Easiest ever, because I would never do the whole boiling and soft ball stage thing these days – too lazy! I downloaded yours to see how you do it. I can’t believe little miss is going on a year! Wow.

  6. No movement this week other than planning for 2020!

  7. That Santa tin is wonderful and I bet the fudge inside it is delicious. Looking forward to seeing Addison’s new quilt in the new year.

  8. Kathryn says:

    All the best with the minky, I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised. Well I hope so!

  9. Susan says:

    Looks like a fun book, though I’ve given up sugar so I’ll skip the recipes. Happy Holidays!

  10. karenfae says:

    have a very Merry Christmas to you both and your families. Thanks for the link up and that fudge looks great – I used to make fudge every year and haven’t in some time

  11. I curled up a finished a book yesterday after baking cookies with my daughter. It was a fun diversion for the afternoon. Not much sewing going on over here, either! Your fudge looks delicious, and kudos to Sue tutoring algebra! Addison turns 1 already?? Minky isn’t too bad to work with, just use lots of pins. I actually spray basted with it and it worked well. Have fun! Merry Christmas, my friend!

  12. I bet your fudge is yummy, Roseanne! And I can’t wait to see what you and Sue are making for Addison. Have a wonderful Christmas!

  13. Connie says:

    Now that fudge looks irresistible…almost as irresistible as your “sweet baby girl”! One year?? I can’t believe it…seems to me that Dominic was just one year old yesterday…time flies…

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