It has brought snow. I looked out the door this morning after Bryan had made a comment about it snowing while he was tying his shoes. Yep, it's snowing. I guess that means I need to break out the snow shovel again. It's not a lot of snow so it'll be easy to shovel.
Well I know it's been a little bit since I wrote on my blog (I'm sorry). Spring break came and went. I still got up early and went to bed (for the most part) when I usually do. I finished my bathroom project. It looks good. (I still need to figure out why the tub is draining slowly though). I'm glad to have it done. Sadly I didn't accomplish too much else over break. I did manage to get out of town for a couple of hours driving down to the peninsula with Seth (Maz was in NY and Bryan was at work). Of course we did our driving while the paint was drying.
There are still boxes in my kitchen that need to be unpacked but first I need to find a place to put them. I guess that's one of the problems when you take two people who have lived on their own for several years and both enjoy cooking, and then put them in one kitchen. We have a lot of baking pans. I'm not complaining, I guess I'll just have to do some more baking. Those are a little less hard to find places for than the additional box of canned goods. I also need to figure out where we are going to put the other Kitchen Aid.
In more exciting news, I got Blue Man Group tickets for when they come to Anchorage in May. I got them in the mail on Tuesday. :) It'll be fun to see them.
Work is work. I'm preparing students for several more performances. We have area festival in April, along with our spring concert, and then Sonic Boom in May. We have just over 9 weeks of school left and we have testing starting at the end of the month. I have a feeling this quarter will fly by. There is still a lot to do before the performances. It should be great though.
I'm looking at finding summer work just so that I can be money ahead. I'm thinking that maybe I'll drive a bus. We'll see. I also need to finish my things for grad school, geez I haven't worked enough on that.
Well it's that magical time where I need to get ready for work and shovel my driveway.
Happy St. Patrick's Day!!