Enter hours spent at bizzle with Pumpkin Spice coffee in tow, reading through various course readings assigned for the weekend. I’m actually really looking forward to my classes this quarter — Communication classes covering cultural codes, multi media and a writing/journalism class. It’s nice to finally be doing what I want to be doing! For the first time I like all of my classes, and am excited about the quarter to come!
Regardless, I do have a lot of reading, and didn’t exactly, er.. get much done yesterday *seeing that I just got books today*…
But yesterday I had unimportant things to do! 😀 I’m so predictable..
So after my *important* errands of the Farmer’s Market, grocery shopping, doing some birthday shopping for my sister and procrastinating my reading, I babysat last night. It was fun. We watched Tinkerbell and the Great Fairy Rescue. (I actually enjoyed it ha! 😉 )
…Ate through their fully stocked kitchen ;), and played with the kitties,
It was great.
Tomorrow will be an early morning for me because I’m participating with work in Seattle’s Heart walk. Yeah, 8:30 on a Saturday morning… it’s for a good cause though. So in lieu of going out, I took a Friday night yoga class, hit up Whole Foods salad bar for dinner, and now I’m in my sweats, catching up in blog world, eating a delish brownie my cook made and gonna turn in early.
Weekend plans? Do you enjoy “kiddie” movies? What are your favorite procrastination techniques? 😀 (Whole Foods, blogs and shopping are definitely up there for me!)
Musing: Karma. Believe in it or not?? Last night, as I was driving home from babysitting, I saw a girl from my house — not a close friend, but an acquantiance I have gotten closer to lately — walking home. It was late and dark, and while I wanted to get home, I thought “it really won’t take me that long to pick her up and drive her home.” She definitely appreciated the gesture *and the fact that she got home 25 minutes earlier than she would have!* and it felt good doing something nice for someone else. When I finally got back to my house, I was worried about finding parking but ended up finding a spot right in front of my house, which never happens. I think it was good karma: doing something nice and selfless for someone else, and in turn something good coming from it – had I not driven her home, I wouldn’t have found that parking place!