>Anyone else frantically watching (and fast-forwarding through the boring parts) the Olympics each evening to clear space on their DVR for the next day’s round of events?
I thought we were pretty much through with stuff Alex and I were interested in watching, now that Phelps has officially made his mark, gymnastics is pretty much wrapped up, beach volleyball seems to be winding down, and we finally gave up on the rowing events… but now I hear that the rhythmic gymnastics cometh. With ribbons and all.
Not that I’ll be able to catch much of it the next two nights–since the library closes at 6pm each night, I am going to have to scramble and use my evening-time at home to print more items for my annual performance review-type binder. Yippee.
Quebec City was awesome, my IFLA presentation went exceedingly well, and I now have at least four trips of which I haven’t even looked at the photos I took–much less edited or uploaded to Flickr. Dangit, I need Christmas break already.
Oh, and Alex is taking scuba diving lessons–last week was his written test and pool exercises, and this weekend will be his open-water test, at a local lake. We were hoping to camp out there, as well, but between the rain and my mom coming into town, I think we’ll just make the drive Saturday and then Sunday. I’m hoping to get some photos of him in all his gear this weekend–woohoo!
While he’s underwater and I’m sitting on the shore, I’ve got my New York City guidebook to look through, to make some final plans. We’ll be there August 28 – September 2, and will be catching a Yankees game and The Lion King (maybe another show as well, but that’s the one we broke down and paid full price for). I’ve also got a handy list of “best of” NYC sights from my pal Rosemary (who lives in Queens)–any suggestions are certainly welcome! I’m hoping we won’t be totally doomed, going over a holiday weekend… but ah well, you go when you can.