I roused myself out of a lazy frame of mind today and got back into the regular swing of things. Partly, it was out of necessity. I needed to shop and study.
For one thing, I needed to buy groceries. I went out to the department store's food floor and filled up two bags. Now I have fresh vegetables and fruit at home and am cooking meals again after nearly two weeks of snacking simple food or eating out. Tonight I fried up some mackerel pike and ate it with steamed green vegetables. I was lazy before I cooked, but it feels good to have done it and eaten a delicious home-made meal.
E postponed last week's class after I sent her a note to explain that I had to spend the evening with my guest. That is to say that I am partially prepared for my next Korean class on Tuesday, but I knew I should refresh my memory and work on the current unit of study this weekend. I studied for an hour and a half.
Further to that, I have to start turning my attention back to the work for Korea TESOL It is a good thing I checked our organization's email messages, for I learned that the next national meeting is next Saturday, a meeting that I'll have to attend. I must review the materials for the meeting. I also must get back to work finding speakers to complete the fall line-up of the local Chapter seminars.
The national meeting is to take place in the city where R lives so I am asking him whether he'll be around. Maybe we can at least have dinner together after my meeting if he is in town.
On Monday, I must resume my workouts at the gym. I also have to return to the planning of the graduate course this week.
Y is due to return home on Thursday. I have not told her that I lent HER place out to S. I think she'll understand if I have to tell her. Maybe she won't know. S cleaned up quite well, and I vacuumed and checked everything. I did leave her some of the extra food. Unfortunately, her little succulent plants have dropped leaves. I hope I did not over-expose them to moisture. Well, it has been an especially wet summer here.