Friday, May 30, 2008

Weekly Recap

I had a relatively dull week. I suppose if you ring in the week by going out on Sunday night it makes sense if the rest of your week is pretty slow. Even though the week has been dull I have been productive.

On Tuesday I got my haircut and hit up Angie for tips on how to style my hair for the 70s party on Saturday night. I am now the master of the back comb. I finally finished lobster mitten #3. I couldn't tell you the last time I picked up my knitting before that. After the excitement of mitten finishing I made artichoke risotto. I know that doesn't sound like a very exciting day, but trust me, it was just what I needed.

On Wednesday I taught spin class. I rode my bike to class. It was the first time I'd been on my bike in a week. I feel like such a slacker. Next week will be better, as a co-worker and I have committed to biking to work every day next week. I love biking to work, but I hate getting up before six. If I am biking by myself I'll often hit snooze enough times that I end up taking the bus or driving. I don't know biking co-worker well enough to stand him up, so I guess I'll be up early next week.

Yesterday I had Econ. It goes from six to ten on Monday and Thursday for five weeks. After I'm done with Econ I have a month and a half off until my next class starts. I plan on doing a lot of reading for fun over the break. In actuality I'll probably end up going to happy hour or dinner every night to get caught up with everyone I loose contact with when I'm in class.

I know that in the end getting my MBA will be worth it, but at about 8:30 on Thursday night the last place I wanted to be was in school. On a ten minuted break from class I talked with some of my friends about how we've pretty much stopped caring. We just want to be done. Hopefully nobody overheard us. If they did, we'll never get asked to be in a case study group again.

Tonight was just about the craziest Friday night ever: I cleaned my house for about two hours. I have a small house, so that should give you some idea of how dirty it was. The night is still young, so I might head out for a few, should the opportunity arise. It certainly won't be a crazy night, as I teach spin in the morning and I need to rest up for the 70s party.

Tomorrow Sarah and I are going to a 70s costume party. I need to wash my dress and polish my boots. My look is really more 60s, but I like the shoes better, so I'm going with it. I've never been what you would call fashion forward, so it would make sense that my look would be slightly outdated. I plan on taking lots of pictures and busting out some disco moves. Oh, how I hope they play The Hustle.


Kathleen said...

Have fun tomorrow night. I can't wait to see pictures!

Deirdre said...

Yes, pictures PLEASE! Even your dull week sounds awesome Sarah. Keep on keeping on...

Ivy said...

Don't worry - we can always be in case study groups together. :)

essjay said...

6-10? Ugh - that is horrid! I hope the class goes fast!