Is it a sign or just being nice?

I read this quote the other day on Oh She Glows

“The work you do while you procrastinate is probably the work you should be doing for the rest of your life.” -Jessica Hische
Does this mean that stopping the wedding madness to make the Boy cookies for his baseball tournament this weekend is a sign that I should become a professional baker?
Or just being nice.
They were delicious by the way. Mama Pea’s Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Dough Balls. I’m determined to cook my way through The Book… maybe I’ll take some time to tell you about it in about 15 days.


13 days to go

Man-Cold and Procrastination

I sick.

I’ve got the dreaded man-cold.  I know it’s just a cold – but I sound disgusting.  And no one wants to listen to that.  Especially the Boy who I’m pretty sure got about as much sleep as I did last night while I tossed and turned, hot and cold, snotting everywhere. Am I painting a lovely picture?  Oh good.  I’m so glad.

It’s not a true man-cold since I am still functioning.  While I am planning a lazy day, and did sleep until 11:30 yesterday I still got up and did things.  I made hummus, and soup, and dinner.   I even left the house and went grocery shopping.  When the Boy has a man-cold he does none of these things.

Not only did I do things that needed to be done yesterday like grocery shopping (we had 2 lemons, 1 lime and 1 red onion in our fridge before I left), I did something I’ve been putting off for months, YEARS even.  The Boy has been asking me to do it for a long time, and I’ve thought about it but never really got around to it.  But now we’re getting married, which means there’s a fancy dress and it’s when I’m all dressed up that I typically think  – “I should really get around to that.”

I give you my ears.

Excuse the messy hair, horrible angle and terrible cropping job… I have a man-cold.