Another week, another Sunday, how I shall count the ways...
We're well into April now, and I welcome the longer days. My early morning runs are not quite so dark anymore and I can actually kind of see where I'm going now. For part of them, anyway.
On that note, Wolfgang now has a few high school caliber track meets under his belt and he's enjoying himself. I thought he mainly wanted to join because he's the kind of kid that just likes to join EVERYthing, but it's nice to see him setting goals and achieving them, setting new goals and so on.
Work has been busy for the last few months, and that's nice for the cashflow, but I'm welcoming a little more breathing room in my schedule these days. Schedule's about right, I'd say.
That's also good because Run With Lumber is just a couple of weeks away, so I've been busy with the grunt work involved in that whole endeavor. I gotta admit, I do enjoy being Run With Lumber chair, despite the gruntwork...
Then we had that silly snowday on Wednesday. I'm sure the district had complaints from a few parents, but I say, what the heck, just enjoy a day off in the middle of the week.
Did this greenhouse in my pocket Moleskine earlier today. The little pocket Moleskine is so cute and fits so sweetly in my purse, and I only just heard of them a few months ago - seems most people "in the know" have them, so I jumped on the bandwagon.
After looking at the finished drawing, though, it looks just SO something-hanging-in-a-grandma's-kitchen. The next drawing I do will, no doubt, be something of the much more non-conformist genre.