Sunday, December 6, 2015

Welcome to December!

It's my last day before I get my next round of classes. I want to do ALL THE THINGS, except really, I just want to sleep.

I won't sleep yet, though. It's not time. Dinner is in the slow cooker, and I need to get the veggies into the oven. We're having pot roast with mashed potatoes, roasted brussel sprouts, and roasted fennel.

I plan to bake some this weekend. I need to make bread, since I go through it fast. My round loaves are smaller than sandwich loaves, so it's understandable. I also want to make another batch of scones because my scones are amazing (not from a mix, thanks. Mixes are disgusting more often than not.) I also want to make tea cookies because I like them.

Right now, I think I'm going to do the veggies, and after they are done, serve dinner. Then there will be time for a TV show, or maybe a movie and some time knitting. I want to spin too, since I have only 2 ounces left of my current yarn to go, but I think not tonight. Perhaps tomorrow.

I have many chores to do, and only 2 days to do them all.

I'm still not sold on keeping the Facebook and the Twitter I set up on the off chance that I would get the Social Media position at work. They would prefer to go with people who kiss ass better than they do their job, so I'm still stuck in the same place as before. I'm back to looking elsewhere because I have better skills than this.

I'm angry and tired of the bullshit.

So instead, I come home, I knit, I spin, and I bake. :)

1 comment:

Luisa Harris said...

LOL! I do absolutely understand you! My day off usually looks like that: I get up, do my fitness, clean house, cook, go for shopping, etc. At the end of the day it turns out that I extremely lack time for reading, knitting, watching movie, and HAVE SOME REST.My writer at www.best-essays.co.uk says I have to learn time-management:)