saturday:8:30 a.m. ish. i slept super late, powered by migraine meds and a mostly quiet Stormageddon. upon waking, my head was entirely pain free for a whole entire 5 minutes. it was a glorious 5 minutes, let me tell you.
9:30 a.m. tea. you have coffee. i have french breakfast.
10:30 a.m. he’s disgusted with me because i told him to quit climbing on the table. worst. mom. ever.
11:30 a.m. – i just realized i’m working on two different shannon cook patterns. laylow shawl, which is one of my favorite gift knits (right), and the timber cardigan, which i’m making for myself because it looks like the kind of cardigan you just live in, and also i could use a nice brown cardigan (left). i just love her patterns.
12:30 p.m. – cleaning toddler off the refrigerator. just in case you thought all i did was read and knit.
1:30 p.m. – the mail was profoundly disappointing. sigh.
2:30 p.m. – laundry, abstracted.
3:30 p.m. – i finally have time to read this book. i bought it for my mother in law when it came out – she was a big fan of GWB – and i sort of inherited it when she left us. i’ve been wanting to read it for a while. later, Stormageddon came and took it away from me. he replaced it with this (proof that i am clearly raising my children right):
sunday:3 p.m. – i can’t believe i still haven’t felt a sudden desperate need to dye my hair. i can’t believe i’m still feeling this good about growing it out.
4 p.m. – i’m so flippin’ tired of winter.
5 p.m. – i am not cooking this dinner.
monday:3 something p.m. – some much needed zen. plus also this thing is getting so close to done, which makes me happy.
5 something p.m. – i’m driving home and it isn’t dark!
7 p.m. – homeschool life = science, scribbles, and snazzy hats.
somewhere around 9 p.m. – we’re never going to sleep. that’s fun for everyone but mom.