Only, can I really call it procrastination when I keep thinking things are due next week that arenâ€™t actually due for another two weeks? It was kinda cool because I worked frantically to get them done only to find out that I didnâ€™t have to be so frantic. Actually, this new habit could be good for a person. Itâ€™s almost like being totally calendar responsible and getting things done in a timely fashion (a trait Iâ€™ve always wished to perfect but as yet seems to allude me in about 60% of the cases).
This session which started so abruptly is almost over. 2 weeks and 2 days until finals. A fair few projects and a few exams still to go. Yet time marches on! Closer and closer graduation looms and I….CANâ€™T….WAIT! Iâ€™d dance and sing and cause a ruckus but I donâ€™t want to disturb the good neighbors downstairs.
In the knitting front, and totally appropriate for my procrastination style, Iâ€™m knitting a baby blanket for a baby whoâ€™s due date is less than 2 weeks away. Can we say that it is unlikely this baby will be coming home in this blanket? I think so. Mom loves the colors and totally understands how school could overwhelm knitting.
The Baby shower for said baby was a good bit of fun and chaos as any house where 3 3-year-olds are playing together will be. The kids were a trip. First there were Mommaâ€™s little helpers and then there was Dr. Benjamin. Iâ€™m continually amazed by how intelligent kids are. We donâ€™t nearly give them enough credit. Well, by â€œweâ€ of course I mean those of us without kids (which, as an aside, Ryanâ€™s lilâ€™sis will be falling out of the ranks of that club! woo-hoo!). Parents Iâ€™m sure are used to the amazingly creative shenanigans kiddos come up with.
Thatâ€™s all for me. Back to work I go but I hope all of you are well and dry and warm and safe from the weather that has hit us recently.