Tonight I’m running away from home. Okay I’m driving to my middle daughter’s apartment and spending the next four days with her. My task – take all the yarn with me she has claimed, organize what she wants done with it and start getting some of the stuff done.
This weekend we plan to watch movies – like the Jane Austin movies – and work on crocheting for me and knitting for her. I’m looking forward to it. Ken has opted out of the crafting weekend. He didn’t seem overly interested in hanging out while we watched these movies or while we crafted.
I think my gout has backed off enough I’ll be able to make the drive. I may have to take things easy tomorrow but I’m hoping no ill effects from the trip.
My schedule is crazy busy over the next few weeks. I have a bridal shower and wedding reception to go to for my niece. The girls are all coming home for the reception. This will be WONDERFUL!!! I can’t wait to have them all in my house for a few days.
I have three books I want to publish which will be a weekend of work at the computer desk in my office and then planning and plotting how I’m going to promote each of them.
It is going to be hectic and crazy but wonderful. I can’t wait. I made gifts for my niece and I hope she will like them. I’m pretty sure she will.
Once I’m back from the middle daughter’s I’ll be turning my attention to my oldest daughter’s afghan that I promised her. I would like to have it done before she visits or at the very least before we go visit her later this year. It will be my focus. I also have to schedule time with a friend to whom I promised a gift.
Plus I’ve got two novels I’m working on. I’m going to have to schedule my time. Once I’m back I think I’ll spend a week (provided writing doesn’t insist on being done) listening to books and crocheting. Hopefully that will get me through a chunk of the afghan. Then I’ll be able to determine how much time the afghan will take me.