Unfortunately I ran out of time today. A co-worker bought a house today! Wooo! So in celebration, we ran downstairs for a much-needed beverage. Well, I had water, but that’s because the piggy bank is hungry and I have little to feed it. Must abstain for a few days. So we’re downstairs and there’s free pizza during happy hour, so I help myself. Cool. Dinner is free. But now my whole plan for the evening is thrown. I had planned to do my weekly Tae Bo Tuesday, eat dinner and quickly resume knitting my No Sweat Socks from No Sheep For You. With the delay in my departure and the fact that I have now eaten dinner, working out was, well, out. I merely went home and knitted. That was, however, a really productive idea as I finished the first sock tonight. That’s right kids! I knitted that darned thing in two days. How rock star is that? On to the second sock, which I have already casted on.
I also had high hopes for today’s post. I had planned this cool idea that I would roundup a bunch of stuff and kind of educate myself on a topic that I’m interested in knowing more, but I lost track of time. I’m still working on it and hopefully will have it pulled together by Thursday.
Also next Monday is One Day Blog Silence, in honor of the Virginia Tech shooting. If you would like to participate, there are available graphics on the site in which you post on Monday. That’s it. No other text or discussion, just the graphic. Check it out if you’re interested.
Update: Not only is it TV Turnoff Week (Monday, April 23 to Sunday, April 29), it’s also National Downshifting Week (Saturday, April 21 to Friday, April 27). I remember participating in TV Turnoff Week as a kid. Both are great ways to reconnect and get away from the tube. Or learn to knit!
TV turnoff week should be easy for us, since we have no cable. We will just have to let iTunes take a breather- oh and the PS2- well does playing video games count as TV? I may have to rethink this…
Kate Hamilton says
I think the whole point is to “unplug” so PS2 and iTunes would both count. But I’m sure reducing your time on either would be a start. 🙂