- Diagramming sentences
- Proofing books
- Reading Euclid
- Reading the Declaration of Independence
- Thinking about the Declaration of Independence, with the aim of gathering 10 coherent ideas about it.
- Finding out if I really, truly, want a Celtic Harp
- Training my children
- Learning Logo in August
- Going about my usual other activities
- Reading Greek
Perchance this is why I'm feeling a bit swamped. However, if I approach this list with a FlyLady mentality x 2 -- "You can do anything for 30 minutes at a pop" I'm sure it will all get done quite nicely.
Despite the fact that I feel as if nothing has gotten done recently. If nothing gets finished, I must not be doing anything, right? (Wrong)
I have been knitting, and have finished one pair of socks (the purple multicolored ones) and am just about finished with the first sock of a second pair (made from the near ball). I'm also around row 30 or so of the Faroese Shawl from A Gathering of Lace It's the one on the cover, but in laceweight yarn on size 4 needles rather than a plate of wool on size 11, so it will be a good chunk smaller.
I finished reading a Thomas Jefferson Education, have read Ravi Zacharias' autobiography, and am starting in on a second read of TJ to do some more digesting of it. After that will come another read of Ravi's book, this time with commonplace book in hand, so I can jot down some of the gems hiding in there.
So much to study and learn, so little time!
Did I mention 'planning for the upcoming school year' on my list? That should be there too, I suppose.