That leaves only two Bryants at home: me and the dog.
You know what this means?
It means that I can choose *everything* about my own schedule. When to get up, when to eat (and what!), when to go out, when to sleep, when to shower, when to write . . .EVERYTHING. O'Neill is a very flexible boy. He'll still want to run and walk, but he's happy to let me choose the time. This is literally the fewest limits on my time I can ever remember having, at least as an adult.
I'm giddy just thinking about it.
I'd be a lot less happy about it if this were long term, but it's really for about five days, just long enough to indulge myself a little. A *taste* of empty nest, without the feelings of loss because all my birds will come back to roost in a few days.
I haven't made any super exciting plans. I'll probably stay very close to home most of the time, and WRITE ALL THE WORDS! But, I anticipate enjoying my respite from my regularly scheduled life, just in time for school to start (my first teacher work day is Friday). See you on the flipside!
Nice! Enjoy your free time. :)ReplyDelete
Thanks, James. So far so good!Delete
Awesome! It's nice to have the place to yourself once in a blue moon. Enjoy! :-)ReplyDelete
Sounds nice. Enjoy it!ReplyDelete