Matt and I arrived home about an hour ago from our excursion down to Indiana for the Indianapolis 500. Overall it was a great weekend of family and friends. We ate far too much good food, and I drank far too much at dinner on Saturday night. :) But it is good to be home and away from the heat (seriously, it was SO HOT. About 98 degrees in the air, and the track temperature was 130...it was HOT). Thankfully, we had a good breeze during the race and remembered to reapply sunscreen a dozen times, so we all escaped free of sunburn.
Anyway, now that we're happily home after a long drive this morning, I'm taking advantage of our air conditioning and the snuggles from the cats (they missed us). I have a bunch of school stuff to do today-including finishing a set of essays. I'm not really looking forward to it, but considering I had a fun weekend, I guess I can deal with it.
In reading news, I haven't made a ton of progress on any of the books I should be reading. I've been so preoccupied that I've been craving some mindless reading. So, I caved and downloaded Fifty Shades of Grey last week. And while they writing is awful and the story not that compelling, I wound up reading all three of them in the last few days. *shrugs* Perhaps that says how stressed I have been. In any case, now I am feeling guilty wasting time reading crap when I could have been making progress on other things. Meh. It happens, right?
Well, that's all for now. I need to get started on these essays sooner rather than later. We still have three weeks left, so I can't slip into summer mode yet!
I hope you all had a wonderful weekend!