The other day one of our student workers asked me what I do with all my time, now that I'm not in school and do not have homework and tests with which to contend. "Well," I told him gently, "there are these things you might have forgotten about while you've been at school. They're called hobbies." That said, I ended up with a super busy weekend which left no time for sewing or writing or baking or reading or bicycle riding. Oh, well. I still managed to have a few adventures and spend quality time with some good friends.
Later that day, once we had recovered from our farming adventure, Sonnie came over to help me dye my hair. Then Mary came over to help us drink a pot of coffee. Then David showed up to help Nathan remove our old oven and cut away some cabinet space to make room for our new, bigger oven (arriving this week!). Then Amy came over because why not? I made extra coffee and shared homemade pickles from the CSA farm, and we played a whole lot of Dr. Mario, during which Sonnie showed me that I am not as good at that game as I thought. I was humbled, but at least my hair looked good.