It may have something to do with work too. I've picked up a couple of projects that I have to get hopping on, and I think I may have just been missing the critical mass necessary for me to feel good about working. It seems I can't do a good job when there are just crumbs, I'd rather not do anything, but throw something at me, and it'll all get done. Bizarre.
Hubby has spent the past two nights organizing his paperwork for the past two years. He started making noises about getting the tax info gathered up last weekend, and I knew I couldn't add that to the list. I'm pretty damn impressed, I think he found everything, and has the appointment with the accountant all lined up.
I can't wait until I can enjoy a watching a good hockey game again. And I don't care what you say, the Sens beating Buffalo 10 - 4 qualifies as a good game! At the rate I'm going, I won't be watching a hockey game until after Christmas. Then back to the grind in January. On that note, I am considering dropping 1 if not both of my Winter term classes. That is the danger of doing this for my own interests, I really have no driving ambition when the going gets tough. I just keep thinking, 'why the hell am I doing this to myself?'
Sad moment for the day, I said good-bye to the rest of the Knit-Wits, as they headed up to Glen House for our annual get-together/extended long weekend before the Needler's Retreat this weekend. It only sunk in today how much I was going to miss being up there with them. Four days of knitting and silliness and of course the Marketplace on Saturday night! Buffy from Sheldridge Farms is always there, along with Lise Noakes of The Yarn Source and there is always someone there with Koigu and worst of all I'll miss the raid on Mabel's stash! *sigh*
Have I mentioned I'm not sure when I'm going to get my Christmas knitting done? I've had