Friday, December 11, 2009

To Do

Well, I don't feel any smarter. Quite the opposite in fact. I feel like I have contracted some weird degenerative brain disease.

When I am not suffering from the effects of the degenerative brain disease I am busily plotting all I am going to do with my free time now that the evil that was school is over with. I was actually daydreaming during a class all about that and made a list instead of listening to the instructor's lecture.

Here are a few things I came up with to occupy my free time:

  • Run
  • Back to yoga classes
  • Clean the house
  • Maintain the house cleanliness
  • Restart my Netflix subscription
  • Read books for the sheer enjoyment of it and not because someone will be testing me on my retention. If the books make me want to fall asleep and/or gouge my eyes out from boredom I will simply stop reading them.
  • Spend time with people other than just Kevin and my co-workers
  • Cook
  • Bake
  • Start taking classes for fun
  • Sit on my butt and watch TV

I just have to make it through the busy Christmas season and all of those fun things can be mine.

1 comment:

Kath said...

Isn't that an amazing feeling? Knowing that you can read (or not read), take a nap, bake, do *anything* you want and never feel the tiniest bit guilty about not doing something for school. Ahhh!