Friday, July 08, 2011

Tour de Fibre 2011 - Summer vacation

Started my summer vacation today. Feels good to think that I now have three whole weeks home from work. Have a list of things I plan to do:

1. Organizing my sewing room.......again
2. Quilt
3. Quilt some more
4. And hopefully have some finishes
5. So I can start some new projects
6. Relax
7. And quilt some more
8. A glass of red wine
9. And then there perhaps is time to organize my sewing room ..........again
10. Just have fun in my summer vacation

Saying for today:

Kind words can be short and easy to speak,
but their echoes are truly endless.

Mother Teresa


Gudveig HN said...

Mao den perfekte ferie!
God sy-sommer!

Roos said...

You have great plans for your vacation, I hope that you can all comes true;o)))

Hanne said...

Sounds like a good plan to me :-)

Maria Harrits said...

Lyder perfekt!

Siri said...

Ha-ha, det var ferieplanene sine, det! God ferie! Hilsen Siri:-)

Cathy said...

Sounds like the perfect vacation agenda to me. Enjoy yourself.

Kris Meares - Tag Along Teddies said...

Hey May Britt! Your holiday "To Do" list sounds pretty good to me ... though I'd probably add a visit or two to a quilting shop! :0) Whether you cross everything off the holiday list you've written or not, I hope you have a wonderful, relaxing summer holiday. Meanwhile ... I'll try not to be too jealous as we shiver through a cold snap ... SIGH!!!! Bear Hugs! KRIS

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

Enjoy your holidays May Britt...

Yvette said...

I am very envious of your three weeks. I am on a two week leave with one left. I think your plans are fabulous!!

RG said...

Oh hello May Britt! :-)
That looks like a fun list.
Enjoy your holiday xx

Anonymous said...

So, happy quilting and, as we say in France : Bonnes vacances !

Anonymous said...

Have a wonderful time!

Gmama Jane said...

I do love your Blog Banner and it has Madame Samm written all over it!! I can tell her style anywhere!! Isn't she a doll?? I just love her to death! Enjoy your time off. I retired in Dec. 08 and it is wonderful to have time to quilt. I'm still not organized though. LOL
Gmama Jane

Gmama Jane said...

BTW, May, I see that you are from Norway. I must tell you that when I was in 7th grade and studied Geography, your country fascinated me above all others. I don't know exactly why but the fijords, the topography, everything excited me. I want to visit Norway even more than any of the other countries in Europe. I doubt if I will ever travel that far but it is so nice to meet someone from a country that has long fascinated and enchanted me. I would love to hear about your life in Norway!!
I live in the southern part of the Untied States, Alabama, where it is very very hot, humid but the people are ever so friendly. I live on a small farm and am a retired teacher.

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