- 7:30 am- woke up in Provo and ate breakfast (normally I wake up at 4:45 and teach early morning seminary, but today I had the day off)
- 8:30 am- arrived at Marie's house (in Salt Lake) where I babysit her 4 year old, 2 year old, and the 4 month old twins (while the children were napping I even emailed my sister Whitney who's still on her mission and who has her Preparation Day tomorrow)
- 1:30 pm- I arrived home and cooked a pot of soup that will hopefully last me the rest of the week
- 2:00 pm- wrote the 2nd essay needed for my graduate school application which is due at the end of the month
- 3:30 pm- start my letter of intention which is also part of my grad school application
- 4:00 pm- taught violin lesson (in Riverton)
- 4:45 pm- picked up my computer (from Sandy) It crashed over break and thank goodness my uncle was able to help me repair it
- 5:15 pm- did my reading assignments for my Institute class
- 6:30 pm- arrived at my Institute class (which is the 2nd pre-service class for future seminary teachers in case you're curious)
- 8:00 pm- arrive at my aunt's house to babysit my little cousins while they go to the U of U basketball game
- 8:30 pm- write out my seminary lesson plans for the next 2 days
- 9:00 pm- complete all grading of my seminary students from this last term
- 9:30 pm- complete the "additional information and work experience" portion of my graduate app
- 10:00 pm- have time left over that I don't know what to do with so I decide to blog about it!
Tuesday, January 19, 2010
Have you ever just had one of those amazing days where you accomplished everything on your lengthy "to do" and then some? I must admit, it rarely happens to me so this feeling of pure joy is quite rare for me. To be honest, I think it has a lot to do with the fact I actually slept for a full 7 hours last night (which is a good deal more as far as sleep goes than the normal 5 hours I get most nights). I guess I will go ahead and just share a little of what I actually accomplished today.