I've adopted a brand new attitude regarding my UFOs too! I might be giving some of them away - probably to my local guild where they will be finished and donated to those in need. That said, I decided that my first UFO to be donated would also be the quilt where I attempted hand-quilting for the first (and only) time. It was probably more than half way to being done, but I just didn't like my stitches. They resembled running stitches rather than quilting stitches. I know it's not in the stars for me to do hand-quilting so I realized that this quilt would never be finished, even though I did contemplate finishing the rest of it with machine quilting. Couldn't force myself to do that either - too weird a concept (hand quilting on part and machine quilting on the rest! So, I sat for about 5-6 hours the other night with my trusty seam ripper and pulled all those quilting stitches out. Yippee! I felt so relieved when it was done. Like I've been set free - which in a way I have!
We took a late afternoon drive on Sunday as it was the first time I've been out of the house is quite awhile. What a treat...the light was lovely and the hills are soooo green from all the rain we've had.
After we came out of the grocery store, this was what we saw. Pretty spectacular sunset, even from the parking lot!
Anyway, it was lovely to get out and appreciate our beautiful surroundings!