From The Editor

Welcome To The November 2016 Issue Of Story Quilt!


It is said making lists helps to control anxiety.

We do make lists over here and they do reduce tension as you start the day. But items on the list should be doable.

“Try and be a better person this year” is too general to be useful.

“Remember to buy a new blue cartridge for the printer” is a good one since it's specific and doable.

It looks good to generously strike out the jobs that do get done. But I have heard of someone who adds items to the “To Do List” that already have been done just to make the list look more satisfying.



Ed Janzen




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