Baby Girl and I were supposed to go to a workshop the first week-end in June, but Covid-19 put an end to that. That meant I had four vacation days that I had not anticipated, so I decided to add them to the Fourth of July holiday (which means we get Friday the Third off) and have an entire week off.
I actually sat myself down and made a list of projects that I wanted to finish and figured out how many days I should spend on each one so that I could optimize the time I had to get the most projects finished.
In the middle of the night, it hit me.
This is exactly the way I plan my workload at the paying job.
Well, that doesn't sound like a vacation to me.
So I am making an effort to putter. I'm going to do what I feel like doing when I feel like doing it. There are some things that need to be done (laundry, and meals, and that sort of thing) but otherwise, I am making an effort to stay away from lists and check marks.
For the last couple of days, I've done a little bit of finish-finishing on Tsubaki. This is where I am now:
Dinner is in the oven, and I think after we eat, I'm going to play with a different project for awhile. I have no idea which one it will be--we'll see what appeals.
I could get used to this.