So my time was well-spent. And the staff meeting was shorter than usual; she typically runs a tight ship, though the last couple of meetings I attended went considerably past my attention span. This one, as meetings go, was painless.
When I got back to my desk there was a tape from one of my attorneys. And earlier in the day, I did my first tape from lawyer #3. I stayed busy all day but not crazy-busy. Not much knitting, because I drove in; I hope to make significantly more progress on the sleeve during my morning and evening commutes.
Tonight there is nothing on the books. I am anticipating a quiet evening on the couch with my knitting and the third installment of Lord of the Rings.
Tomorrow is shaping up nicely: I will get my new glasses when the optical shop opens at 9:00; I have a nail appointment at 10:45; Firstborn and I are having dessert together sometime around the middle of the day. I have another drive-by-fooding of the elders in the early evening, and sometime during the afternoon I hope to get over to The French Knot to pick up a few skeins of tapestry wool for the seaming-together of the Sunrise Circle Jacket, which should happen in the next couple of weeks, possibly as early as next weekend if this front goes as quickly as the left front did. [Though next weekend is going to be somewhat hectic, as I have a wedding reception for two graduates of the singles’ program on Friday night and ward conference on Saturday and Sunday.]
Oh, I just remembered that there is that pesky dance in Richardson tomorrow night. I’ll take my knitting...
- Five years into widowhood, after one year of incredible happiness and nearly 14 years of single blessedness. Have given up perfect manicures and pretty hands in order to resume playing the soprano recorder and to see if I can figure out how to play bluegrass banjo. Singing in the shower. Still really, *really* love to knit!