I do not know how people with children ever get anything done. I have absolutely no idea how my parents did it. I don’t ever seem to have enough time to do everything that I want to do at home – and imagine throwing a kid or two into the mix!! Does it just force you to view everything with a different mindset? As in, I have to get this done so I’m not even going to allow myself to think about what might happen if I don’t do it. Because I totally procrastinate all the time. Like last night, instead of mowing the lawn or doing laundry, I made a bunch of cupcakes. Granted, I had a good reason to make them — I need to figure out what recipe I’m going to use for the cakes for Carla’s wedding (verdict: maybe this cake recipe, but definitely not the icing recipe). But I sorely need to do laundry, and straighten my bedroom, and clean the bathroom, and mow the lawn. You know — all this stuff that I regularly talk about doing but seldom do.
I say all this, because after work tonight I need to go pick up some boxes of books at Ryan’s, and borrow the lawn mower so I can mow the lawn. And then I need to do laundry and wash dishes from all the baking I did last night (plus I made bean enchiladas….which were delicious).
But do I want to do any of that? Oh, no. I have been feeling a new quilt coming on lately, and am toying with using the leftover green linen from my cloak, with the map fabric I bought at the Country Living fair – and maybe doing an Escher inspired design. Not sure yet.
ALSO though, I want to spend the evening making a few very small leather items – like wallets, or small envelope clutches of some sort. (And honestly I’m more likely to do these than to start on a quilt tonight….)
Then again, there’s also Oblivion, which, frankly, I am still rather enjoying. I finished the main quest line, so I now have Champion of Cyrodiil added to my resume — along with Arch Mage, and whatever the Arena champion is called. I also have been to the Shivering Isles one measly time, and need to go back there to explore some more.
Oh man. See? How do people with kids fit this kind of stuff into their schedules?! I mean, they would either need to stay at home all the time and not have to work 8 hours/day, or have older children who they can trust to not ruin things while they’re crafting…….etc. NOT TO MENTION laundry and housework!!! I’m feeling tired just thinking about it.
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I guess I’m still in the thick of new-motherhood feels, so really my opinion here is maybe irrelevant, but I *don’t* get anything done. I miss being able to do stuff! To put it politely! Reading about your doings is good for my brain.
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