I ventured out of the house on March 30th which was the Sunday of Week 14. That happens so rarely that I thought I should be sure to record the fact. The Little Shop was having their spring/summer class open house and Debi offered 25% off any class if you signed up during the event. Not one to miss I sale, I headed over first thing. I am itching to take the Santa pincushion class and couldn't wait to sign up. Once there I treated myself to a couple of peppered cottons for a quilt project I am designing, we will see how that goes.
Mondays are very difficult for me! This week I had my observation on Thursday so I spent a large part of my Monday uploading information for that. Mark and I went to the gym - needed to log in a run before the race on Sunday! Tuesday I was back to swimming, solo, my tri-buddy has been working a 2nd job evenings and that makes for a lonely swim. Wednesday was another day filled with completing paperwork at school, so ready for Spring Break!
Wednesday was the day before Bunkey's birthday so I left work straight away so that we could spend some time together getting her supplies ready for her quilting retreat. We had a great night organizing her stuff and then made a quick stop at Michael's for some additional supplies! Thursday was author day at school, Nick Bruell of Bad Kitty fame. It was my 3rd and final observation. We had our evening professional development until 6 and then Mark and I went over to On the Border for really cheap margaritas and appetizers! Yum. Friday a relatively easy school day. Worked a little late and then headed home. I had the house to myself - what a treat! Saturday I headed across the Commodore Barry Bridge to volunteer for the Hot Chocolate Run packet pickup! It was a great day - lots of fun. My knees were really sore by the time I finally headed home.
And that, my friends, is the whole story of week 14!
If you are the least bit interested in Project Life, I encourage you to stop over at Becky Higgins' site and check out all of the inspiration! Cathy Zielske posted her Weeks 14 and 15 this past week. I like how she uses a simplified journaling approach, some weeks just writing a "high" of the week or a "low" of the week. There are so many ways of approaching Project Life, it is truly whatever you chose to make of it!