So what does a person who doesn't work, doesn't have kids, and who spends most hours of the day alone do with their time? Not watch tons of TV and movies, despite what you may think. But I have caught up on some reading. I've been cooking and baking up a storm and going for regular jogs. I actually did do some work from home yesterday morning, and I've organized and cleaned three rooms of our house thus far (living room, office, and kitchen). Dylan and I are both totally messy and also possess some hoarder-like characteristics, so this has been no easy task. I took the dogs to the park and ran some normal errands, and last night we had a late celebration across the street for my mom's birthday. And I still have a to-do list a mile long.
And for the next items on my agenda? I'm planning on being a touch more social for the remainder of the week, in case you were worried. And I want to fit in a hike or two and also get ahead on my Photoshop class. I've got some reading to for a trip I'm taking in a couple weeks, and I'm not even half way done with cleaning the house. And then there's all that fabric I've bought over the last few months, so I really want to sew something terrific, in addition to all those other crafts I've got lined up. And there's about a million books on my shelf waiting to be read. But I have NOT done any online shopping. Proud of me? You should be.
So basically, nothing too exciting. And I promise not to bore you with the details of my every day, but weren't you just a little curious what a person like me does with her existence?