Mondays are not my friend. Personally, I think anyone who DOES like Mondays need a sharp poke in the side to make them see reason. For me, Monday doesn't only signal the beginning of the work week (highly less-than-festive) but it also reminds me of all the mundane things I need to do. Like pay bills. Wash clothes. Cook food. Blargh, as BabyBrother would say.
Thus I launch "Mondays are for Muggles" (can you tell I'm in a theme mood lately?). Which is basically where I recap what shit I did manage to get done last week, and what the overly-enthusiastic-and-less-than-realistic plan for this week is. The mundane, the magical, the muggly. Yes, muggly is a word.
First, brief recap of last week.
Continue working on organizing my studio space.Pretty much done! Organization FTW!
- Run 10 miles-- HA! I am STILL sick. I know some people say it's safe (and even good) to exercise when you're sick. But since I'm the biggest whiner and wimp when it comes to being sick, I abstain. Really though, since I have a history of little colds turning to sinus infections or bronchitis, I do try and take it easy when I'm sick.
Start book club book 11/22/63--And I finished the book too! When I'm sick, reading helps me rest so I've done a LOT of it in the past week. Write Grandpa M and Grandma O Paint my nails Post 3x here--Two out of three. I'll count this as half done.
- Post one time on Prairie Sewn Companion--Hardcore fail.
- Prepare baby quilt for quilting--Ha. But I did find all the pieces for the quilt, which I think should count towards something.
- Start knitted dishcloth--Blargh.
Prepare business plan with Momcat--So I'm counting this as a finish (and now Mom is reading this and asking herself if she missed something this week). I've written out a bunch of things about this from my perspective. I also managed to get our EIN and sales tax license this week. So I really did make business organization progress. The Momcat arrives back again on the 17th, and I've promised her a fun-filled week of business talk!
FINAL SCORE: 5.5/10
Ok, so not awful for being deathly ill. Or at least mildly ill.
This week I wil attempt to: