Thursday, October 12, 2006
I Should Be Working Hard, But...
We've also had meetings on top of meetings at work. Most of these are held at locations at least half an hour from my library. I get some NPR time in, but that's an hour of job productivity lost. We're training for a couple of major software changes. I go and learn all this stuff as fast as I can, and then come back and train everyone else. Then I have to do my actual work. Plus publicity for the library, plus the website. Plus the library blog. And today, on my way to TWO meetings, I managed to dump an entire 32 ounce cup of soda on the floor of my car. Arrgh.
No sewing has been happening, and only fitful knitting on the Rosedale United.
So. All this complaining about feeling frazzled and stressed and what am I going to do? Plan to spend the weekend cleaning and organizing to get back on top of things? Of course not. I'm going on a trip, that's what. I'm leaving tomorrow to spend a long weekend with my daughter in Washington, D. C. She's a little stressed out too and some together-time may be just what the doctor ordered for both of us. Plus, the weather should be better out there than the thirty degrees with gale winds and snow we're having here.
Which reminds me. Threadlines is one year old. Happy, happy! And if you've made it this far, please stop over at Crazy for Fiber and wish Gerrie a big happy birthday too.