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Monday
Mar172014

Monday, Monday, Can't Help That Day

I was about to say this weekend was “low-key” until I realized it involved getting up a 6 AM on Saturday, driving for an hour and half, fighting for a good chunk of the day, learning basic calligraphy, having dinner, and then driving home. I guess that counts as low-key for us.

It was really nice to sleep in my own bed both nights this weekend, and to have all of Sunday at home, which — I suppose — is what made it feel low-key. I’m starting the week feeling recharged, which is awesome. I’m picking up some new responsibilities at work starting today, so I definitely needed that. I’m teaching at class at Collegium Caidis on Saturday, which has me a little freaked out, but I’ll get over that. There’s lots of good stuff on the horizon; I just need to be mindful about how I approach it.

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