Saturday, April 28, 2007

I wish I was a chicken

Despite the wonderful summery weather, my head has been pretty stormy lately. So many things have been going on, and it's hard to keep track of everything. The short version:
This week I had to go to my college town 4 nights. Monday and Tuesday three of my friends had their final music exams, Wednesday I started rehearsals for my own exam (which is scheduled for 21 May) and last night I went to a friend's house for dinner and help on some exam arrangements. Of course I played the piano (almost) every day to prepare for my exam, and did voice exercises.

On top of that, we also met with the priest, set up an appointment to meet with the minister, picked out and ordered our wedding invitations, picked out rings and flowers and did some other random wedding prep work.

Just so we wouldn't get bored, we also gathered paper work for the mortgage company (unbelievable how much stuff you need to sign and copy). Oh and of course I had my last practical day for my thesis, and did a bunch of reading and writing.

I think I remember teaching school too, and doing housework.

I remind myself that in a month from now, my practical exam and most other stressful things will be over. After that it's just preparing for the wedding and enjoying the summer. But so many things have to be done before that... Please think of me and forgive me if I don't write as often as I usally do!
And yes, I still schedule nap times and lay-out-in-sun times and try to enjoy them without thinking too much of the things I have yet to do.
I wish I was one of my chickens, then all I had to do was eat, sleep, drink and make an occasional egg...

2 comments:

Hette said...

Druk heb je het zeg!! Dan is het leven van een kip wel zo rustig. Of het leven van onze poes. Die doet ook nooit iets en krijgt gewoon haar eten en drinken en mag luieren wanneer ze wil...

Mrs Yoastie said...

Wedding stress can be bad. You have to try and keep everyone happy. Luckily my parents are very laid back and didn't mind what we decided. Also we had no religious differences to sort out either. But that can cause tension as my orthodox Jewish friend and her Irish catholic fiance found out.
So good luck with the Minister and the Priest, exams and the house buying.