Saturday, March 2, 2013

Multi tasking

Yesterday I:
1. got up at 7am, checked email, had some hot chocolate
2. started a load of laundry
3. had breakfast
4. baked some brownies
5. did another load of laundry
6. mopped the hardwood floors
7. washed dishes
8. unloaded the dishwasher
9. did another load of laundry
10. finished warping my loom
11. made this amazing greek salad for lunch with some miso soup
12. ate lunch
13. washed more dishes
14. unloaded my kiln
15. sieved 6 buckets of glaze
16. glazed 25 bowls, six cups, 12 test tiles and 6 vases
17. loaded my kiln
18. took a shower
19. cooked supper
20. washed more dishes
21. went to bed exhausted at 7:30pm, fell asleep immediately

Today I am back up at 7am and just started my kiln. Here we go again........
Wesley is home for spring break and has the flu, Gerry is working nights. Lots of food needed and one of us cooks......... the other has a real job and the other has a really good mom :)


cookingwithgas said...

She does have a really good mom.

cookingwithgas said...

And he has a terrific wife.

Laura Farrow said...

wow! I want some of what you have (energy!) xo

Sandy Miller said...

Ahhhh high home satisfaction :) thank you for the kick in the butt to go glaze that table of pots!

Tracey Broome said...

Hey Meredith, they are lucky aren't they, haha!
Laura, it's called caffeine, lots of it!
Sandy' go girl, you have more energy than I do :)

Sherry said...

Wow...what a day!! You make me feel like a slug for all that I didn't do yesterday!! hee!!

You are good mom and a good wife!

Do you hire out?? :)

Michèle Hastings said...

I am tired after reading all that! I think I will go take a nap.

June Perry said...

Ah, the life of women potters with families. I'm surprised you made it to 7:30! :-)

Anonymous said...

They are welcome!
I was worn out just reading your list!

Anonymous said...

An explanation of the "welcome" comment...every once in a while I look at my hub and kids & say to them "You're welcome." Whether they want to thank me or not! I'm sure yours know how swell you are.

Dennis Allen said...

"Sieved 6 buckets of glaze", clearly you used your Talisman sieve.It still looks like the day was packed.

Tracey Broome said...

Sherry, I have been a slug plenty this winter, time to get some work done!
Michele, I'm planning nap time today for sure.
June, I know, I was trying my best to make it to 8pm, but I was nodding off at 7. I'm pretty sure I have read schedules like this on your blog too!
Cindy, I get plenty of thank yous, and Gerry works really hard so I can do all this, so it's pretty equal I suppose. But yes, sometimes I throw in one of those your welcomed as well!
Dennis, yes the talisman, don't know what I would do without it. I used to sieve glazes with a brush and plain sieve when I was a studio assistant, hated those days when the list of things to do said, sieve glazes, ugh!