Happy New Year everyone!
I am looking forward to 2015 as a year of change and new discoveries. It is exciting and a little scary, too. Yesterday was the last day of full-time work, at a place where I have worked since I moved to Maine 18 years ago. Monday starts the part-time, phase out portion of employment, although it seems my employer really doesn’t believe that and thinks I will want to come back. I might, who knows? It is all open right now.
So, in this new year, what do Fridays look like?
Well, let’s start with the things I HAVE to get done.
A trip to Ellsworth to return a book on disk to the library, and I may have to drive around a bit to listen to the last disk. 🙂 It is the Edge of Eternity, the third in Ken Follet’s trilogy, and while I am enjoying them all very much, I really think 28 disks is a bit much. I can’t even imagine holding that book to read it!
Then I will pop over to the doctor to get blood drawn to see if my iron levels have improved.
After that, I have no idea! The possibilities are:
- the Post Office
- the dump
- prepping for tax class which starts Monday, which I have to teach for which I am pretty much not ready
- clean any part of the house, at this point I can take my pick of rooms, it could use a cleaning
- knit (pretty good chance this will happen!)
- check the traps I set last night to catch that stinking nocturnal mouse who lives in our bedroom wall. I hope I catch the little creature and his whole family, too!
That seems like enough to keep me busy!