A non-writing weekend
That's not 100% true, as I did a bit of writing yesterday, but for the most part that's what the weekend was. Our big excitement of the weekend was getting my son into a big bed. He'd still been in his crib, and he wasn't climbing out or anything, but still it was time to switch. So he had fun helping take everything out of his room, including the pieces of the crib...and then I got to put the entire bunk bed together. Actually, I do like putting things like that together--I love things that come with "some assembly required" printed on the box because it's like a sort of puzzle. So I didn't mind--it was just time-consuming. And there's still plenty more to do before his room is fully set up.
The other thing we did was go to an auction for Habitat for Humanity. My sister-in-law has been working for them for the past year as part of Americorps (and I think will continue working for them part-time now that her year commitment is up, at least until her baby is born). The auction was a lot of fun--I got outbid on everything I tried to bid on, but it was just the atmosphere that was good. The auctioneer kept it very entertaining.
Also on the topic of Habitat, I've agreed to translate a few things for them into Spanish, so that's taking up some of my writing time as well. But again, it's fun--in fact this also has a bit of the puzzle to it, and I do love a good puzzle. But hopefully I'll be able to get back to more writing shortly. Or more revising rather.