Friday list   2 comments

The end of the first week of not going to some work everyday! Although, I certainly was involved with work every day, and today, I have to go to Bangor to do some, I am beginning to get a glimmer of what it will be like.

Today, a morning meeting with tax folks to get everyone up to speed and in the same place for the start of the season. We should be done by lunch time, and then I should head home immediately.

But…

I mentioned those mittens yesterday… and I really want to make some stranded red and white ones.  I might need to go to the two LYS in Bangor and see if I can find some appropriate yarn.

I will not go to the big box stores, and all I want to get is the red and white, so if I think I can be strong-minded, I will do that, otherwise, I will come home and order it online.

And I will knit on the lace projects some, I would love to make visible progress on them!

I’ll also move out of the master bathroom and into the bedroom in the slow cleaning project.  I think I might dust the bookcase today.

Some craft room projects are also calling my name, so I might wander up there and see if there is a cleared off area on which to work…

That should fill the whole day!

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Posted January 16, 2015 by salpal1 in how I plan to spend my day

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  1. Sounds like a very sedate day. Enjoy.x

  2. Tax education and housework. You are great.

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