Phew...what a week! Week twelve left me completely exhausted, physically and mentally. Currently I feel like going through a tunnel but I cannot see the light at the end yet. This feeling is stressing me out and because of the stress I can't sleep very well and can't eat much. I have been persisting on very little sleep and food for over a month now and it is starting to show. Oh, well enough being Debbie Downer and coming back to my weekly recap.
Monday afternoon it started snow and by the time I headed home at night snow had accumulated on the ground. I really hope this was the last snow for this season and spring weather will be starting any minute. On Tuesday I stopped by Mood to look for orange fabric for my next chair because the one I chose originally is just way to expensive, actually the shipping price was ridiculous. I am still not sure which fabric to use but I came home with a handful of swatches. Hopefully on Thursday, in my upholstery class, I can make a decisions because I need to start sewing soon. Wednesday and Thursday I had my Leed Green Associate prep class, I'll need to start studying for the test soon. The passing rate on the first try is about 35% and I really want to pass it on the first try. I really enjoyed the class but I haven't studied for a test in forever and need to keep the motivation going and get started. The weekend started with a Garbage concert and they rocked the house. I even bought a limited edition concert poster, mine is number 30 of 65. On Saturday we toasted a friends birthday at Apotheke with fancy cocktails. And on Sunday I did nothing besides taking a nap and cooking some German soul food, e.g. Schnitzel.
How was your week? I didn't even have time to check any of your blogs last week but hopefully get to do this soon...Here is to week thirteen!
PS. I am so glad that I participated in Project Postal, initiated by Theresa of inspiration cooperative and Joy of Frock Files. Check out #projectpostal on twitter and instagram. I have sent Clare from C squared W the quote " Take your pleasure seriously" by Charles Eames. My great pleasure being travel and diy I combined the two in my card. Can't wait to see what else will arrive in peoples mailboxes.