I was very tired afterwards, and dozed on the couch for three hours or so. Didn't sleep so well last night. So only now am I finally starting to work on my to-do list, and starting with perhaps the most time-consuming item, my leftover Roosevelt admin work. I've done a few things so far, but have two more big projects: reading half a novel's worth of a MFA thesis in progress and giving feedback, and finishing drafting the program newsletter. Once those are done, I think I can actually relax on the admin work front.
Other than that, the only really urgent thing that should happen is paperwork: filing taxes so we can get my refund, getting some legal forms filled out, signed and notarized, filing various reimbursement claims. If we can get those done by 1 p.m. tomorrow, that would be great. Why 1 p.m.? Because that's when my parents arrive in town, and after that point, I don't think we should count on getting any work done.
We'll see how it goes.
I am very very tired. I am very ready to be done being pregnant. Kev and I aren't sure at all whether we'll want to try for a second kid after this one, but right now, I am feeling very unenthused about doing another nine months of pregnancy. But maybe if we get an angel baby, I will change my mind.