I have moved the stack of quilts waiting for binding to make room for Lego practice in the dining room. It hasn't gotten much shorter since the Olympics ended though. I was even tempted to try one of the small ones by machine. I don't like the outcome or the process though, so it seems counterproductive. I'll stitch a bit this evening, but honestly, I am using all of my mental energy avoiding school work. Silly isn't it? I could have finished off the stack of grading I brought home in the time I have spent avoiding it. I've done much better this year at not having to bring home work all the time. With a regular schedule this year instead of "extended day" which means teaching 6 out of 7 periods, I have time during the day to get work done. I gave tests all day Thursday though which means lab notebooks and essays and with the first interim ending it all needs to be put in sooner rather than later. I think I'll just dive in so that I can go to the inservice day tomorrow with a clear head. I appreciated Amy's comment tonight that she was leaving school work at school. I agree with her in principle, but catching up is going to win this time. I did get a bit done on the Hawaii quilt, though more of it was cutting than sewing. I'll be sure to put up an update for design wall Monday tomorrow. Hope you all had a relaxing weekend and are ready to face a new week.