I’m working on my PhD!

Yes, you heard me!  I have been working on my PhD:  “Projects Half Done”!  Example #1:

PhD 1

And now I’m being painfully honest:

PhD 2

I’m guessing I’m not the only one with this problem dilemma :-).

My February edition of “Christmas Once a Month” (which is due today) will be a day or two late.  I have no excuse except that Valentine’s Day projects kind of got in my way.

Back soon!

Julie Siggy-1

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  1. Seeing that your stack is high makes me feel a bit more kindly toward my stack. I confess that I will go to the San Mateo Sewing Show next Friday and add more to it. Just can’t resist.
    Happy stitching, Janice

  2. Julie…thats very funny. Now I feel very educated because I several PHD’s…. Your message made my day. Not to worry about being a little late. Getting to see another one of your projects is worth waiting for.

  3. when i read phd, i thought way to go (wtg) then read the rest of your sentence and i had to laugh because i have half started projects all over the place. i see what others are making and i want to try it and then life gets in the way and so that project gets put aside till i have more time and the cycle continues. oh well, i wish we had 26 hour days, wouldn’t that great….

  4. PhD —- ha ha ha! I’m using that one! Don’t worry – Christmas Once A Month is a soft deadline, especially in February. We will wait patiently, and it looks like you’re off to a great start!

  5. There are always positive ways to look at things. :). Some of my Valentine cards will be sent over the next few weeks.:). They are not late. They are early for 2014. 🙂

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