|It looks so serene, but there's solid ice under that snow.|
Even though we can't get into the gardens yet, there are still plenty of projects that need to be done indoors. In fact, our Honey-do project list never seems to get any shorter....hmm?
Not to worry- we can get some much-needed projects done inside where it's warm, while we wait for spring to show up.
Here is what we are working on...
- Finished reading the Bible, cover to cover. This was one of my New Years goals that I set and I'm so glad that I did it. It took me 3 months and 2 weeks, but it was a good experience to do it all in one stretch, instead of piecing it together as I have done for years.
- Working on my next quilt- it's to be a pinwheel done with retro fabrics, that I have been collecting for years. Can't wait to see how this looks on our bed! (I'm not very far yet)
- We're finishing the texturing and painting of our mudroom to make it ready for all the canning we plan on doing in there this summer. Once the walls are done, we will begin work on the cubbies along the north wall to hold chore coats and overalls, boots, and gloves. I am thrilled to have a place to store all of the grubby farm clothes and keep the mud and SMELL out in the mudroom far away from the kitchen.
|Almost done texturing!!! See my recycling bins in the lower left corner? I'm so proud :-)|
|A work in progress~|
- My last indoor project is the on-going Decluttering schedule that I'm following to reduce the stuff in our home. I am currently doing the May calendar and hope to complete that within 2 weeks. The 15-20 minutes per day assignments really make a difference and I'm all for reducing the clutter in our house. Here is the link if you want to declutter too~ http://www.home-storage-solutions-101.com/
So how are YOUR winter projects progressing?