First of all buildings don't :
- cry in the middle of the night
- need diaper changing
- insist that you take them to the park for the 50th time where you have to pretend to enjoy yourself
- turn their noses up at a meal you just made even though last week it was their favorite
- talk back to you
- fight with a sibling
- start running away when, you tell them, that its time to go home so you are forced to chase, with a younger sibling in tow, while everyone around you is laughing because they are all thinking..."better her than me"
Do you have any idea how much knitting you can get done during a 12 hour shift? I even bought myself a laptop with a DVD player to watch movies while I'm at work.
This is me getting ready for a silent hour shift.....uniform?...check.....food?...check.....book to read?...check...movies to watch?...check...knitting project?...CHECK.....
There is a downside, believe it or not. Now that I'm earning more money than I've done in a LONG time, my yarn budget has grown considerably. While on the surface, this may not appear to be a problem, it is in fact, a big problem. I can buy yarn much quicker than I can knit so eventually my stash may overwhelm me or worse....DH will notice it.
I'm off to find more hiding places......
Until next time
Yours in Yarn,