Spent the morning organizing a bookshelf (yes, my life is just that exciting, but now the dining room is actually properly unpacked), talking to the plumber and Pam who were over here doing stuff (our kitchen sink now has decent water pressure and a sprayer that doesn't leak, and Kevin's office has a little bar sink for his espresso needs), and doing dishes. Very exciting. Okay, not exciting, but satisfying. Progress, bit by bit. Someday, this house will be (mostly) done.
At some point, I have gazillion phone calls to make (broken and missing fridge parts / slipcovers plus for velvety (too hot) sofa / PB re: missing bed part / Comcast re: billing for old apartment). But I can't face it right now.
The kids are in school today (because yesterday was a holiday, and we're paying for three days of childcare a week this summer), so I have an unexpected free day. I'm off to have lunch with Lori in Evanston, then try to find some brackets for my hanging baskets at Gethsemane (so they can finally hang) along with a bit of groundcover, maybe make a quick stop at Nadeau, and then come home where I hope Kevin can help me with unpacking the rest of the master bath and the library. Or at least making some progress on it before he goes to pick up the kids. And then an hour of admin work for tomorrow's meeting, and cooking Thai food for dinner: green curry chicken and stir-fried veggies with rice.
We'll see how over-ambitious that plan turns out to be. :-)