2010 In Review and 2011 Starts Long

Saturday, January 1, 2011.
Warning this post is going to be picture heavy.

What a Year many ups and downs through out 2010, more downs then ups but I did get through another year. I ended the year on a high however. I again this year did The Magic of Christmas *see previous post for pictures*, and again was a very rewarding experience. I did the hospitals again and the centre I went to was again touching. I thought of Rene La Frog when I was doing my rounds. I do believe we have touched some lives in a positive way. There was one gentleman that was touched by us caring for him on Christmas and giving him a stuffed animal. He asked about what the organization was. After we explained to him about it I gave him a hug he started to cry that I cared so much for him I am seriously considering going back to see him. One woman was touched because in her 91 years it was the first time she ever got a teddy bear. Another patient wanted a Koala because he was from Australia originally and I did find one for him cause all the kids in us know that "Santa Delievers". One case that interested me the most was a woman didn't want us to talk or look at her. But when I saw her eating lunch I was able to talk to her and made her smile, the aids were shocked as she is a very aggressive woman. I am glad I went. We did some random Elfing's and made a lot of people smile. That is the best gift ever!!

Not a lot of stitching was done for the year but I plan on making up for that. I still play WOW but not a lot as it has lost all interest even with the new expansion.

For the New Year I have 16 new starts planned, all for January 1st I also have a model stitching job for Kustom Kraft. Really looking forward to that. I have my first assignment but I have to wait for the LNS to open on Tuesday to get the fabric for it. Another thing I am looking forward to is going back to school. I am still waiting for the funding to be approved.

So my 16 New Starts are as follows with photos:

Merry by Mill Hill:

Celtic Christmas by L&L this is a restart:

Wisconsin by Oberlin Samplers for my sister:

Dream by Lizzie Kate have to redo this one as mine went missing:


Snowman by Margaret Sherry got this as a RAK. I love snowmen:

Santa's North Pole by Glendon Place:


Haunted Hotel by Mill Hill:

2009 Boo Club by Lizzie Kate:

Just a little Peace and Quiet by Dragon Dreams:

Spooky Welcome by Stoney Creek:

Guardian Spirits by Dimensions for my adopted daughter:

Athena Goddess by Mirabilia:


Celtic Spring by L&L:

Firefly Fairies by L&L:

Three Faces of Santa by Vermilion Stitchery:

and last but not least The Pack by Janlynn also for my adopted daughter as her Native name is Lil grey wolf:

So for my 2011 goals they are:
Finish Monopoly almost there
Work on my KK models
Get ready for school
Start all January Starts *already done* lol
Finish Mystery XII
Finish SK Oriental Courage.
There will be more goals added through out the year but that is the main ones I wanted. Thank you all for hanging out with me this year and I'm excited for what the new year has to hold for me
Blessings
Terri


11 Comments:

crossstitchbibs said...

Good luck on all your starts and working on your model stitching for Kustom Kraft. I am not starting anything new but trying to get some baby blankets done before starting anything new.

Carolyn NC said...

Awesome update! Good luck with all the new starts!

htimcj said...

What great starts. I LOVE the Lavendar and Lace pieces. I have done both Celtic ladies. Beautiful pieces.
Heidi-ILCS

Emily in NC said...

My but you are ambitious. Good luck with all you new projects.

Shelley said...

Wow! To touch so many unexpecting people is wonderful :)

Good luck sticking with all of your goals for 2011!

GoldenAngelsWorks said...

Wow you have some great starts for this year. Cannot wait to see your progress.

Kathy A. said...

Great update. Look forward to seeing all your wonderful new WIP's.

Kathy said...

Wow you have some fabulous pieces lines up for the year. Good luck with them all. I can't wait to see them progress to finishes. :)

AFwife99 said...

Looks like a lot of fun patterns for 2011. Those should keep you busy!

Mel said...

An awesome set of starts and goals!

Cait said...

That is an admirable start to 2011! I still have things from last year that need to be worked on, if I could just get up enough energy to do them. Right now, trying to work on a set of embroidery kitchen towelsfor dd#1 as when I saw hers, they were the limpest, sorriest, holiest, tatty dish towels I have ever seen. To say they had seen better days is an understatement. It has been over 30 years since I have done that type of needlework, and finally figured out the whys and wherefores of the craft. Am having a ball. I am going to take this year as it comes and go by the spur of the moment and decide as I go. Guess I am not organized enough to make a goal for the stitching part of my life. Good luck and have fun.
Cait

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