Went LEFT instead of Right…

What am I thinking?! I went Left instead of Right! LOL Do you have any idea as to what I am referring to? NO, ok I will tell you. About a month ago I rearranged my sewing studio to accommodate my business. I sew out of my home, but I just felt like I was on top of myself. So….I moved my sewing machines, tables, bookshelves, books to a separate room. I thought this would help me focus a little better. The truth of the matter, my room was too cluttered…decluttering needed to happen. Not moving things around.

So, how does turning left have anything to do with this? Keep reading

I coaxed my sons into coming over to help move my things into the other room. They were glad to help! HA! I coaxed them over by promising dinner to them! LOL Seriously, my sons always help their mom out, always. As my son John and I were moving the last few things I realized how much I did not want this to happen! I lost my pretty window view to the outside world. I had sat sewing in the same spot for YEARS! And now my view was gone. He saw it in my face and knew he had to help. I went ahead with my plan to sew in the other room, the new room.

Hang in there, I’m getting to the turning Left part. Keep reading

I gave it about a month and that was it. I could not take it anymore. I have to admit though, it was nice saying I have a longarm room, a sewing room and a video room. As of today, I have a sewing room and a video room and I am a much happier quilter. I uncluttered bookshelves that held magazines, books and gobs of paper!! GONE! I vacuumed, dusted (including the walls) and moved almost everything back the way it was! So, now when I walk down the stairs to my basement, I turn LEFT instead of turning Right!  Turning Left was how things were for years. Turning to the right, just felt unnatural for me. I feel like my life is back to normal. This is one change I did not like and I am happy I have my sewing studio cleaner and back to where it should be.


Life is good for this quilter:)

Happy Quilting everyone!

Nancy McNally

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