Three yards of this voile pattern (Anna Maria Horner, Loulouthi, Coreposis) arrived at my door on Saturday. It’s screaming dress to me, underlined with something light, fancy buttons up the back – to be worn in spring and fall. I’m in love.
But it’s going to be awhile before I get there, what with Christmas presents to finish and a pile of UFOs to be gone through before I start anything from scratch. Plus, fabric! I’ve got to start sewing clothes again just to make a dent in the fabric pile. Making two simple skirts in November was a great reminder that I really love having new things to wear, especially made from materials on hand.
Because I turn forty in early 2013, I’ve been thinking about milestones and accomplishments, and what I would like to achieve in my fortieth year. This includes things I would like to make, learn, finish, and acquire – and so I’ve compiled here a list of thirteen life things I would like in 2013. I will eventually get to some kind of wrap-up for 2012, but at the moment I’m way more interested in looking forward than looking back.
In no particular order, I would like 2013 to include:
I feel so damned selfish writing it all out like that. All the things I want my fortieth year to be – full of love, friends, making, and little adventures. But the heart wants what it wants, and my heart wants to keep beating with all of what makes life good for myself and my circle.
What an inspiring post!
Thanks! I love planning good things!
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