Good morning everyone!
It is cold, icy, snowy and rainy in the Shenandoah today. School was cancelled so that meant no substituting for me! Yay! I have been away for awhile because I have been busy stitching and working on school assignments.
I must admit that I am feeling a bit overwhelmed. I am enrolled in a program for teaching licensure which is truly a blessing. I will be able to get my teaching license in less that 6 months. Naturally, the program is going to be a very intense, fast paced course. I expected that. However, on Orientation Day this past Saturday, one of our professors said that we need to tell our families that we would not see them again until May and that they needed to get used to living in a dirty house. If they cannot live in a dirty house then they need to learn to clean it themselves or move. I giggled of course, but then I saw the assignments. Holy smoke we have THREE research papers due EVERY week. Then we have to peer review nine other papers. Plus we have a group project, plus we have student teaching to complete. So, just suffice it to say that I was crazy with worry. Besides, when would I have time to stitch? Over the past week, I have gotten myself together and tried to formulate a schedule. The schedule consists of doing some kind of school work for several hours a day and then I will "reward" myself with stitching. It seems to be working since I am on track with my assignments and making great progress on Sara.
Speaking of Sara, here she is!
I have gotten a bit behind on reading my blogs, but I do wish to say thank you to those who continue to stop by and leave such wonderful comments. I promise to stop by soon and visit you too! I hope that everyone has a great day...Happy Stitching!