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End of the Long Week

It seems like a million years since I wrote a proper journal post. Probably has been.

I've been on the late shift, and we've been working extreme overtime, which largely means most of the time I'm at work at 6:30 or 7:30 and I don't leave until 6 pm. By the time I get home and have dinner and get settled, it's past 7, and all I tend to do is veg out in front of the television playing Minecraft.

This means I've done nothing of any value in the last two weeks -- or at least, very, very little. I think I did SOMETHING useful last weekend, but I can't remember offhand just what it was. We went to the Farmer's Market, I remember, and then I grilled a couple of nights (which was nice), but on the whole...?

No writing has been done in AGES -- my brain hasn't even been processing daily "mental challenges" (normally my characters are always DOING something in my head, even if it's just day-to-day living).

But I think we're out of Overtime Mode, and I'm on the early shift next week, so I may be able to actually breathe a little -- and with the good news about Barb's job (see rahirah's journal for details) I may be able to reinstate my gym membership.

The weather has been amazing here -- although I think it's far too hot for March, hell, it's gonna be April on Tuesday, where does the time go? I spent a few days worrying about friends in Washington, although most aren't anywhere near the Oso area; and there's supposed to be more rain coming there, but none here. At least the temperatures dropped a few degrees the last few days.

Anything else of any note? Nope, can't think of anything.


( 3 comments — Leave a comment )
Mar. 29th, 2014 11:14 am (UTC)
[hugs and time to recover]
Mar. 29th, 2014 01:33 pm (UTC)
Glad things are settling down for you.
Mar. 29th, 2014 06:49 pm (UTC)
That's a whole lot of over time. Here's to more free time
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