Which is not a real surprise. Tends to happen.
I didn't fill the time with blog posts, because I didn't think you all wanted to hear about how my class on Human Diseases was going, or about tutoring. Or even if you did, I didn't have the time to post it - I was busy commuting, taking classes, tutoring others, and doing an internship.
However, that's all done now. I am once again a lady of leisure, but one trained in a new and hopefully mildly useful skill. And it's pretending to be summer out there, or at least making a good run at spring. After weeks of rain, there is sun, and that is good. It's likely there will be rain/hail/nasty later in the week, but I refuse to ignore the fact that everything is blooming now.
Look for more posts this summer, as kiddo and I venture forth and do crafts. I'm hoping it will be the summer of socks and dying. There will be the Wool Festival. There will be more spent grain bread. Possibly bagels. Maybe even spent grain bagels, which could be new and interesting.
Get out there and enjoy the sun.