This is a different case. One that I started back in November 2012. In Italian they say; "Chi va piano, va sano e va lontano." Something like slowly but surely. Which in my case is not something I particularly enjoy. I usually like to do things and see the results. Hence the name, a "labor of patience." Crocheting squares when I can't do anything else, like in an airplane, or a train, or waiting at the hospital, etc...
A project that will take me, who knows how long to finish, and the surprising bit, is that I really don't care. I'm enjoying each square, for the moment (since there are only four of course) I remember exactly why each one was made. One day it will be a beautiful quilt/wrap!
Each square has the date and place embroidered. To keep track, a sort of crochet journal of my times waiting, or waiting times.
I've decided I will not worry about the other quilt that I'm making. I know I will finish it, I just don't know when exactly. And keeping Ben's words in my mind!
"He that can have patience, can have what he will." -- Benjamin Franklin
Wishing you a great week ahead.