Quilting has helped me re-focus. OK, my gardens did too, but they are seasonal and once the work was done in them this year, all I need to do outside is water and weed, and enjoy the view. With quilting, there is always a new project or an older project calling for my attention.
My friend Rex helped me with this photo that has a 2S logo on it for 2nd Sunday. Goddess, she is talented!
This is my life, these are my shelves and my closets. Unless I hire someone to clean for me, and then I would need to sort stuff anyway, I am the only one who is going to get the job done. Its sometimes hard to think of doing yet one more activity that takes me away from quilting. I love it so. Yet, if I can honestly free up space in my home, it will change the energy.
When I was in school, one of the classes on the Environment asked us to set in place one thing each year that was good for the environment. I did such things as creating a compost section in my yard, having a compost bucket in my kitchen. One year I did start the practice of filling up a grocery bag of things to donate either to the thrift store or the giveaway table. This is simply another step in that process.