May 4, 2011
resistance, though futile, is also silly
the pugs snore and curtis stone is talking about food on the television. not that i'm really paying attention. the blinds are open to the backyard and as sit here at the computer, i wonder if the neighbors across the viaduct wonder about me sitting here in front on the laptop. i wonder if they wonder what i'm typing or doing. i would wonder about them if they sat where i could see them.
i need to go to bed. somehow this morning i turned over and turned off my alarm. when i woke up at 7:30 (i have to be at work at 8:00) i couldn't remember hearing the alarm - a tiny bit of panic set in. i've been reading my latest book 2-3 pages at a time, barely able to hold my eyes open. and still i sit here listening to lizzie snore a bit more loudly.
why am i resisting? probably because it means a rinse and repeat of today, only on thursday. life at work has been spent mostly this week on the phone clearing up issues - the easy stuff already cleared up. i wrote a giant issues list and left it to greet me in the morning. i also have to finish my remarks for my very first national speaking engagement - i'm kinda freaking out about that. fortunately it's one of three panel sessions all scheduled at the same time. maybe no one will pick my panel discussion! i'm excited and terrified all at the same time. oh, before you ask - the exciting title of the panel discussion is "successful implementation of your i-apd."
scribbled by Char