I feel like the most boring person on the face of the planet these days. I can’t seem to eek out enough time to knit more than 4 or 5 rounds of my Rosedale’s yoke. I head to bed at 9pm and read for a bit before falling asleep, or not falling asleep, as last night would have it. My list of things I need to do seems to get longer by the minute, and my amount of spare time in which to do them gets shorter.
It’s Friday. I’m taking my coffee break with my almost-cold Anniversary Blend from this morning’s walk in to work. I got off the train several stops early to have a brisk walk through the downtown core. It’s a nice way to feel a little more awake on sleepy mornings.
After work tonight, we’re taking the dogs to a “tricks” class at Superdogs. Every class we’ve had there has been a ton of fun, so I suspect this one will be pretty cute as well. Cooper and Jackson are pros at “paw”, so I think they’ll pick up some other fun tricks pretty easily.
I’m bringing a bunch of work home this weekend, both for my museum job and the store. One of the things on my to do list is a bunch of content formatting for a new website we’ll be launching later in the year. I think it’ll go really quickly at home tomorrow, with my music full-blast and no interruptions.
Of course, I also need to format a couple of patterns this weekend and get ready for heading out of town on the 26th.
I keep hoping that one of these months, life will be a little less hectic. I feel like I’m constantly rushing from place to place, from thought to thought. And it’s all good, and exciting, and fun… but I’m pretty worn out.
Oh great. Upgrading wordpress to 2.6.2 broke my blog. Lovely.
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