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Monday, 24 February 2014

Taking stock..........

One of my favourite blogs is little Woollie Jules has such an amazing blog. One of Jules recent posts was about taking stock, she is taking part in a blogging course run by Pip over at Meet me at Mike's. One of the tasks has been to complete a 'taking stock list' which is a snap shot of where you are and what you are thinking at that moment in time. I was intrigued with Jules list and have read a few others across blog land. Pip has kindly posted a blank list if anyone wants to have a go, pop over here.  I thought I would fill one in too.


I filled this in a few days ago when I was stuck in bed, reading it back now my answers would be quite different. I think I will do it again next Monday and compare the two.
Making: lists of things I need to do
Cooking: nothing - having to rely on others today!
Drinking: coffee from a flask Mr R left me before he went to work
Reading: blogs on my iPad
Wanting: to be healthier
Looking: a bit frumpy
Playing: with Noah when he came to visit me and give me a snuggle.
Wondering: will my new crochet hooks arrive
Pondering: will I get well
Considering: even more workshop ideas
Watching: catch up TV on my iPad
Hoping: I will be better tomorrow
Marvelling: how little ones grow up so quickly
Needing: some new clothes
Smelling: my valentine roses
Wearing: my pink dressing gown
Following: lots of lovely blogs
Noticing: I'm looking older
Knowing: I'm so lucky to have an amazing family

Thinking: of the poor people who have been flooded
Feeling: dizzy
Admiring: winter Olympians
Sorting: ideas in my head
Buying: wooden clothes pegs on line (another crafty project)
Getting: distracted
Bookmarking: too many things
Disliking: the wind blowing outside
Opening: a new crochet book that arrived today
Giggling: not much
Feeling: kind of helpless
Snacking: almonds
Coveting: UGG boots
Wishing: to be a slimmer me
Helping: others to stop worrying about me
Hearing: my next door neighbour chopping logs
Hope you have a go it's quite an interesting exercise and very mood driven. I am out of bed now and managing to potter around a little, hopefully I am now moving in the right direction. Thank you once more for you lovely caring comments, they have really brightened my days.
talk soon x


22 comments:

  1. good to know you feel better!!!! ;oD
    xxxxxx Ale

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  2. I like this idea of "taking stock." Thanks for the links, and for giving us a glimpse into your day. I hope you're feeling much better by now!

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  3. This looks like fun - I do enjoy reading other people's lists. Hope you keep feeling better. juliex

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  4. Glad you're on the mend Sue. Love the list, just might give it a go too.
    Kate x

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  5. Oh what an interesting read! Thank you for sharing so honestly! Hope you are feeling better now x

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  6. What fun! Interesting and thoughtful, too...Chrissie x

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  7. wow - what a list! lovely post Sue

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  8. I have seen this too, it is quite fun. I have n't posted one yet but I always do one myself when I read others. Sending you positive vibes. Jo x

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  9. Interesting exercise. Interesting insights. Funny when it comes down to it, health and family are what really counts. Glad to hear you are getting around a bit more.

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  10. I'm glad that you are feeling a little better now, I hope that you are back to your usual self very soon. It is interesting to read your different answers, and I wonder too how they would differ if we were all to answer them from one week or month to the next! xx

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  11. Sp happy to hear you are feeling better. The stocktake questionnaire is a fab idea! I love Pip's blog, too.

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  12. So glad you are starting to pick up again Sue and I wish you all the best! Very interesting list and I suppose the answers could change from hour to hour - they could with me anyway!!! Take care, Joy x

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  13. Hey Sue, good to read you're out of bed and on the mend......vertigo certainly sounds unpleasant!!
    Interesting reading your list and it's a great little exercise to revisit down the track.....
    Sounds like you are going to be quite busy with your crochet workshops, how exciting, I'm sure all will go well and no doubt the weather will have improved along with your health.

    Claire :)

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  14. What a great idea, fascinating reading too!

    Thanks for linking up to New to Me too :)

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  15. This is an interesting exercise. I hope you're feeling better :)

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  16. Hi Sue! Thanks for leaving a nice coment on my yarn dyeing blog post earlier. I look forward to having an interesting read of your updates, particularly as I notice you visit Black Sheep Wools as well :)
    B x

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  17. This is such an interesting idea, Sue. Thank you for sharing it. It is like a diary in a list! So glad you are feeling better. Wishing you a happy week.
    Helen xox

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  18. Good, glad you're up and about again. X

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  19. This is such a lovely idea, and an interesting exercise to do. Thanks for sharing your stock take with us, and glad you're up & about again. Take care of you,
    Hugs xx

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  20. I like this idea, thanks for sharing.x

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  21. Hello Sue. I've just been having a catch up here and I'm really sorry that you've been unwell. Vertigo is horrible. I get mild vertigo from time to time, especially if I'm tired or run down, but it never stops me doing anything. Yours sounds much worse and you have my sympathy, I do hope it's clearing up now. What wonderful news to hear about your crochet courses! I think you'd be great at this, I hope they are a huge success.

    Gillian x

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