Hoping for a Calm October

As expected, things have been extremely hectic lately. I don't have time for a full update now--I have lots of pictures of all kinds of things to share, but tonight isn't the night for it. We're leaving tomorrow morning for a 3 day "middle school retreat" at an outdoor education center. It should be a good trip, but it means I really need my sleep tonight! :-)

But I keep putting off blogging until I have time to do a "proper" post, and at that rate I'll never post at all. So here's a quick update on life. We haven't made any permanent decisions about where we're going, but Stephen has taken a temporary position in Kitchener. This could turn into a longer time position if things work out the way he thinks they will. However, it's not certain yet, so I'm staying put in the meantime. I'm still really enjoying my job (most days!), so I'm not in a hurry to head someplace else just yet.

I've been doing some spinning, but not that much knitting lately. I am signing up to take a beginning weaving course offered by the London Spinners and Weavers Guild starting in 2 weeks, so I'm excited to give that a try.

What else is there? Well, lots of little things, but I can't think of anything else you just have to know right now. Hopefully next time I'm here I'll post some pictures of a few things or maybe even say something insightful. Who knows! :-) As for when that will be....well, although I'm hopeful for October, I'm not confident. We will probably go ahead and finish getting the house ready to go on the market, plus there are a lot of field trips, a group of students visiting our school for the whole month, Thanksgiving, and the commuter marriage that I'm currently living in! Add in yoga & weaving classes, everyday life, and some time for spinning and knitting, and the blog falls pretty far down the list. So I'll see you when I see you!

Comments

K said…
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Hectic is fun, but leaves little down time for things like blogging. Hope the house and jobs and all that good stuff works out well.
Cinders said…
you definitely sound very busy. enjoy!