To-Do Tuesday Linky #55 & Weekly Progress Update

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  1. So glad you could check off your list…especially that first one!! It’s important!!

  2. chrisknits says:

    Zoos are always so much fun! I bet there were smiles at some point. Good luck with thread matching! If not, try embroidery thread.

  3. Dawn says:

    Covid has changed so much of our lives, our dreams. So sorry for your sad news this week. With my daughter and family living with us, life has change drastically for me! Mostly good as I can see and love my grandson daily! But I have limited time to sew, read, knit, etc that I also enjoy. I know those littles grow so fast (watching yours) and they won’t be here forever, so I just need to get done what I can and be ok with it. That’s all we can do!

  4. Rebecca Grace says:

    Oh my gosh — it’s Superbowl already?! This all feels like the Twilight Zone. How can there be Superbowl with no Superbowl parties? I think this pandemic really heightens all of our highs as well as our lows. You are fortunate to have little ones to cheer you up, even if they don’t always smile for the pictures. I promise you, surly teenagers do not relieve stress nearly as well as little ones, and my 6′ tall son hardly ever lets me sniff his head anymore… 😉

  5. MAYBE by September I will establish some goals! Hugs

  6. Brenda Ackerman says:

    Hello Roseanne, Give Sue a few hugs from me, that way she can have one to give to her Mom and one for you. Just a little extra hug every day, especially when we loose someone dear is always needed! I am glad that you are both staying busy with quilting and family. I actually love the picture of the kids with no smiles, it just made me smile and think of the times with my Dad and his camera and the thoughts of “enough with the pictures…”. LOL. Thank you for sharing and have a great day!

  7. ROCHELLE SUMMERS says:

    Oh dear. It sounds like a super stressful time for you and Sue and her mom. So hard to lose our dear ones under ordinary circumstances but during this time it’s double hard. Going back to work is stressful and I’m sure more so by the uncertainty surrounding everything. Glad you got a little sewing in. Hugs and loves.

  8. Good luck with your week! Our son is here with his friend. We’re on food duty mostly but haven’t hit the sewing room yet this morning (ok now it is afternoon).

  9. Melva Nolan says:

    Sending hugs to comfort you in the loss of your friend. I have learned in the past several years that to truly value joy in life, we must also know sorrow. And that may last for the night… or many… but joy will come again. Blessings my friend.

    I have tried twice now to write up a post to link up, but no avail. Deadlines loom and I don’t have any spare moments to spare. I hope to catch you next time.

  10. Linda Mincher says:

    I’m s sorry for the loss and all of the stress. It’s great you were able to get out on a fun trip with the little ones.

  11. Vicki in MN says:

    Since I have been MIA, when did D break his arm??? Poor little guy! Hope he has speedy recovery. Sur lines up a project for you and you don’t have a clue what it is??? RISKY, hahaha!

  12. Sharon says:

    So sorry for the loss of Sue’s mom’s dear friend. Hard times, for sure. On the bright side, the trip to the zoo is building fun memories. The littles look just a bit tuckered out, I’m sure they had a good time! Hugs to all.

  13. Oh, I’m so sorry about the loss of Sue’s mom’s best friend. Hugs to all of you. It takes time to heal from losses like that, so be kind to yourselves. I’m glad that you have the littles and quilts to bring some joy and comfort. Gosh – Super Bowl – hadn’t even thought about it. I’ll join you in Go Packs! (Not a football fan, definitely have concerns about the Vikes – haha!)

  14. karenfae says:

    I used to go to the Milwaukee Zoo years ago as often as I could and loved that place. Sorry the loss of a family friend – when will all this end? Too many gone for sure

  15. I’m so sorry about Sue’s mom’s friend, Roseanne. This is the worst of times when it comes to loss. We know you can finish Dominic’s quilt – and look forward to seeing it! Go you!

  16. COVID has made end-of-life and ‘meaningful goodbyes’ ***even harder*** to manage logistically than pre-COVID. So sorry for her loss and having to deal with all of that, too.
    Very happy for you to have had a little excursion to the zoo with your littles.
    Hang in there with the return to work, I am confident you’ll find your groove sooner than later!
    Take care.

  17. Sounds like work has really ramped up over the last week. Hopefully you reach steady state soon and the stress won’t be so bad. So sorry there was so much of the sad mixed in with the happy this week. Good luck with this week’s to dos.

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