Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical (hermionesviolin) wrote,
Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical

"my art's not built like that"

In response to my Friday night post, Michaela said, "Good grief woman! You have certainly been busy. [...] Where do you find the energy?"
This made me laugh because I think of myself as lazy in a lot of ways.

And yet....

Things I did this weekend:

+ slept for ~11 hours
+ Swiffered my room and the bathroom some [but did not go through my boxes any]
+ went to the LaundroMat [but did not do any of my handwash]
+ remembered that Tuesday = first of the month = site update, and thus worked on the update some
+ went up to Chelsea to see a play
+ couldn't think of what to do with my River/Lilah/Dawn, so started sketching out a "Faith takes Buffy to visit Boston" fic [yeah, now I'm wishing I'd gone to some of those Craft panels at WriterCon -- though Writer's Block conflicted with Chosen Family, and Plot conflicted with Magic+Science+Technology]

+ did grocery shopping
+ went to CambridgeSide Galleria because my phone was still dying and not charging [I now have a new phone.]
+ visited Kate in Salem
+ e-mailed Sarah about this weekend

And I still have a towering To Do List. Because lazy does not preclude ambitious (not to mention detail-oriented).

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