Saturday, January 24, 2009

A full weekend ahead?

I am posting this entry at Starbucks. It feels odd. It's been a long time since I came to Starbucks to stitch or surf the internet. I have been going to classes at Quilt Gallery to work on my LOVE quilt as Aiman attends his Saturday activities classes. I have been doing that since I started on Aiman's Soccer Quilt, and later, continued with the LOVE quilt.

I just realised how much I miss coming to Starbucks to catch up on some stitching or surf the internet, not that I regret going to the clases at QG as that is also knowledge gained and projects gets done....well, almost. *grin* My LOVE quilt is still very much a WIP (Work in progress) at the moment. *grin*

I still have the quilting to be done, and it will be a long way before it will get completed, unless I spend this long extended weekend working on it. But, this weekend, I already have other things I need to do, besides my usual household chores.

As usual, Saturday is going to be filled up with Aiman's activities - his art class, engineering workshop and others. On Sunday, it being the eve of Chinese New Year, the maid won't be coming in as the boss is already on leave, him being a chinese. My house might not get swept and mopped this weekend, *grin*, but, I hope to get some `homework' done on my Calendar project so that I can to drop by Epal in the afternoon while my son goes to his robotics class and my hubby goes to the gym.

My hubby `warned' me about skipping class this Sunday! LOL! So, I'd better get to work on my calendar as soon as I get home after lunch. *grin*

I hope to spend Monday working on the Anniversary gift, though I won't be able to work on it until the wee hours of the night, or is that morning (as I usually would do if I really need to get some crafting done on weekends) as we will be spending some time over at my in-law's house as my father-in-law will be going out of town this weekend, and my hubby wants to keep his mummy company. *grin*

Aiman also wants to watch "Bedtime Stories", and we promised him that we will watch it over this long weekend.

Wow! I have so many things planned out, I wonder how much of what I plan actually gets done! LOL! We will have to see, won't we? LOL! *grin*

Happy holidays to everyone in Malaysia!

2 comments:

Zarina said...

Nik, I thought Aiman is in kindergarten but it looks more like degree courses.

Za said...

LOL! He's not in kindergarten, but Primary 3, but, with the classes he attends, he sure does sound like he's taking a degree, doesn't it, huh? *grin*

They are actually classes that he himself have shown interest in and wanted me to sign him up for.