Jan 11

Now that I have had the chance to think about it, there are a few goals I’d like to set for 2014:

1. Weave something – anything!  I have had a loom 90% warped for over a year now.  I’d just like to finish warping it and weave it off.  Just get my hands on a shuttle and make cloth.

2. Get my studio completely organized and up and running.

3. Get a couple of books finished and published – one fiction and one non-fiction.  Since I self-publish, getting them out there is the easy part.  Getting them done to go out there is another story.

4.  Finish everything that has been started on the house.  Clean out the garage, attic and barn and get rid of things we no longer want or need.  I don’t care if I make any money off of them, I just want them gone.

5. Make my goal weight.  I need to lose 30.5 more pounds.  Actually, this is probably the easiest thing on my list.  I’ve already been losing weight and am getting into the habit of going to the fitness center when I leave work (except for the nights I teach), so this is completely doable.

That about does it.  If I can get these 5 things accomplished, on top of teaching 30+ classes and going to nearly a dozen fiber and comic book shows, I will be one happy camper.  And getting this list done will really open up 2015.

It’s going to be a very productive year.  I feel it in my bones!