I got not much.
In the past couple of days I've spent most of my time with the spreadsheets. The result:
Except for verifying some allegedly reimbursed stuff from the Golf Pro's job, I'm prepared to do the taxes.
I've narrowed down all of the places where the doctors' offices' accountants have failed to fully allocate payments we've made to two in 2008, and about, oh, five or so in 2009. But at least we all agree that the 2008 charges have all been paid.
The desk project is starting to look like it can actually be completed!
Still playing with spreadsheets, I've allocated ALL of the prizes for Seasons of Lace. (this sounds simple, but it involves cross referencing three different spreadsheets, and for two of those, two or four worksheets within the sheets to make sure that I keep track of who gets what for what and who has to ship it). I've pre-written blog posts for Seasons of Lace awarding most of those prizes through Tuesday (one a day). I've notified all the winners for the posts I've pre-written -- and their prize donors. I've even shipped out a round of prizes from here. AND... I've gotten the Past Donors and Past Sponsors pages fixed.
There was a big whoosh of the Feeling of Accomplishment settling over my shoulders after that mess!
It's trying mightily to counteract the feeling of getting nowhere that has settled on some of my knitting.
I've re-knit the Wolf Hoodie sleeve about three times. The first wrong sleeve was wholly my fault. I forgot to check with Kitty to see how full she wanted it. The second wrong sleeve came about because we had some communication errors. I THINK I've got it right now, and will soon start re-knitting the other sleeve to match.
I took no pictures of this sequence of almost finished sleeves.
Today, I'm gathering up my spinning wheel, some spinning fiber, a few knitting projects (and the Holiday Stocking that remains unfinished), a book or two, my laptop and camera, and taking them all north to visit Whichy for the weekend. We're gonna spin, and knit and eat yummy dinners and make soup and watch a lot of not-very-mentally-challenging TV. The only things actually scheduled are based on meeting other people for dinner.
On Sunday, I'm going to return home mentally refreshed. I might even have some new yarn to show for it.
So... while I drive (in what is blessedly NOT the icy nightmare of yesterday's roads), you can tell me which projects you think I'm taking with me for this little mini-fiber-vacation of mine. Between the blog and my Ravelry Page, I'm sure you all know what I have on the needles, right? Heck, if I get enough responses, I might even hold a random raffle and send a prize to the person who gets it right!