As I mentioned Sunday, the response to the Tohoku Tote was amazing last week. I'm putting the final touches on the pattern and should be e-mailing it out tonight. There were over 300 pattern requests and most of you donated far more than the required amount. Wow. I was so touched by your generous spirit. Thank you for joining in for a great cause.
I wanted to give you a sneak preview to the second look of the Tohoku Tote. The pattern includes instructions for both, so you can choose which version you prefer. Here it is.
Alright. Let's talk about this week's challenge. This week's challenge is totally different from last week's. The challenge is to appologize quickly. Now, if you don't ever make mistakes then you won't have to worry about this one :) You've got the week off. For the rest of us there's room to improve. Maybe there's something you wish you hadn't said. Maybe you've harbored remorse for a while. Maybe you can even appologize when it's something tiny. Saying sorry is something I try to do a lot with my kids. I want them to know that I'm not perfect and that I'm learning too. I'm trying to think of different ways I can incorporate appologizing into this week.
I don't think there's much to hear from you about how last week's challenge went since I already heard from you if you made a donation. Feel free to add to the appology ideas. I think this could be an interesting topic.
Thanks for reading.