It's mid-day and time for me to transition from hausfrau to teacher and grad student. I had a fruitful morning in which I read most of my Sunday Times, cleaned the oven, and emptied out and cleaned the refrigerator. Truly spring cleaning chores, it's so satisfying to know I won't have to tackle them again for some time. I think I've opened the fridge about eleventy-million times, just to surprise myself with the lack of crumbs on the sparkling shelves.
I was pleased to see a manageable group of writers have shown interest in my writing community idea. I'll hammer it out in the next few weeks and will post details by the end of April or early May.
I really should stop being a lame-o with the camera and take some pictures for the ol' blog. I've made lots of progress on the shawl, and I purchased some pretty yarn for Camellia. Both would be picture-worthy, as would the Charade sock that I've started. Alas, I'm too dang lazy right now, plus the light stinks. I'm so lazy, I'm not even going to add links to this post. Bad blogger!
I'd better haul my lazy butt away from the Internet and over to my teaching folder so I can finish prepping for the next few weeks. When I'm reluctant to do the prep work, I tell myself it's all in service of more knitting time later! How do you shake yourself from procrastinating?