Then two kids from the week before signed up, and two of the newbies joined as well, so that was four contracts to be filled out and four payments to be logged and processed. Everyone had questions. Kids were bouncing off the walls. There were two new people for the 7:30 class, so they were filling out their own guest sheets and asking their own questions. Since there was no way I'd leave Janis, who's teaching the preteen group, to deal with that chaos on her own, I stuck around until 7:40. I also, with her okay, had hopped into the kids class to give her whatever assistance she needed. Not that that was a hardship; the kids were a lot of fun.
I'm home at last, and I've cleaned the litter boxes and played with HT and brought firewood inside. I think I can scrounge a salad and a Boboli pizza. The veggie lasagna's going to have to wait until tomorrow. Oh, wait - I'm teaching the 6:15, which means I wouldn't even get it in the oven until 7:30 at best. Right, then; the veggie lasagna's going to have to wait until Thursday.
In other news: cramps, and lots of 'em. Thanks, body!