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Day 45 of Easter challenge

Friday, March 29, 2013

"Bootcamp: 7-Minute Arm Shaper with Dumbbells" emoticon Day 3 Week 2 of Bootcamp

With Good Friday - and me at my parents for the day - Cheese Pizza was on the menu - not the best nutrition wise but a little spoil once in awhile is not a bad thing.

Hit the grocery store so I can pick up the ingredients for Easter Sunday family dinner. Ended up buying macaroons - not a good thing as that became my dinner.

So today's nutrition score was not high. Although I stayed overall within my calories it was not with good choices.

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Got my long awaited fabric for my One Block wonder quilt. The challenge of buying fabric over the internet is sometimes a gamble. Usually it pays off for me as I've been happy with my choices. But every once in awhile - not so good. It's very pretty fabric but does not match as well as I would like so I will put it aside and hit the fabric stores hoping for a better match. When you put so much time into making a quilt top - if it doesn't work - don't force it. No worries I'm sure I'll find a good use for it in the future.

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Working on my paper piece project - and I don't make too many paper piece projects. Its very time intensive. I forgot how many tiny pieces of cuttings are generated. I laugh at my quilting room floor - I think the vaccuum will be tested during the duration of this project.

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I have to finish up my taxes this week - The kids were finished last week and I just have to do the finishing touches on ours. Not sure why I'm procrastinating. I know - I'd rather be quilting. emoticon

DH has Argo on the plan for the evening.

One more day for the Easter challenge. I am psyched to have stuck with it. I am definitely feeling my biceps and triceps improving and its probably directly related to all the videos I've been doing.
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TATTER3 3/30/2013 9:13AM

    I saw a PBS program where the sewer saved all the 'cuttings, threads, and trimmings' from a bunch of projects, laid them out on a foundation cloth as flat as she could get them (but overlapped), put a piece of material over the whole thing that would dissolve if dampened and then started freestyle sewing with fancy thread.the result was a block that could be framed...or saved to put with other similar blocks to make a wall hanging or eventually a full quilt. Have fun

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