Alas, a highly productive, yet, still relaxing weekend has come, and gone.
Thursday, I spent a majority of the day working on the deck, and on some minor projects in the back yard. 8:30 PM, I walked two blocks to Rousch Stadium to watch the Fairmont HS Marching Firebirds present their parent/camp show.
Friday, was much of the same, except I taught a new student lesson, and then Griffith and I ventured downtown to watch my student, Sam, who will be portraying Cat In The Hat in the musical, Seussical, perform a brief preview. , Sam, his mom, Karen, Griffith, and I walked around downtown observing, and even participating in some of the really cool art projects.
I fully intended for my Saturday to be focused entirely on writing. However, that was not to be the case.
I rose at 7 AM, and thought I would do some household tasks until 10 AM when it hopefully warmed up a bit outside. What a pipe dream!
By 8 PM, I was wrapping up my day having accomplished far more than I had ever intended. I repositioned televisions/cables, assisted Griffith with putting some additional flat stones along the back walk, continued with re-organizing my study, turned the stairwell to my bedroom into an art gallery, and completed a lot of scheduling/business items as we head into the new school year in a few weeks.
Despite sacrificing my designated writing time, I am very pleased with all that was accomplished yesterday.
This morning, since 7 AM, I've been preparing for today's regular lessons, and a master class.
It feels good to be ahead of the game as we make this transition with the new school year's schedule.