Tuesday, September 20, 2011

it's one of those days, you know?

It's one of those days, where I actually have time to get a chunk of work done.   As in: ORGANIZE office.
FILE.   I have already covered the little things on my list, and what really needs my attention are the piles of papers, etc.  floating about.

But, I don't feel like it. 
I have shuffled a couple of things around. 

I want to curl up and read some of the books I have on my Kindle that I haven't read--which are a few.   I download one everytime I hear someone talk about a book.  Must. Stop. That.

I got to go to an afternoon Sox game yesterday, with my former colleague on staff.  We lost by one run, but the day was gorgeous, and it was fun catching up.  I realize I am such a church nerd, because I am so curious as to how others do things in their churches--we talked a lot!   In case you were wondering, I was wearing my new Red Sox track jacket which is very cute.   Jus' sayin.

This morning, I showed up at the gym at 7 am to have my training session with my PT.   He sat me down at his desk and said, "I have bad news.  I am moving at the end of the month."   DANGIT!  I really like him, and I have never had a PT before, but he has challenged me beyond my limit.  If I had been watching what I eat this summer, I might have even lost weight.   In any case,  his spouse lives in another state, and it is time for him to make that move.   I have three weeks to lose 30 pounds.   LOL.

In other news, the kittens/momma that my beloved rescued two weeks ago are growing, growing, growing.  They are between 4-5 weeks, and I could watch them for hours.   It's been fascinating watching their development from not being able to walk at all, to now when they are just learning to scamper and beat up
play with one another. 

Speaking of reading, have you read Zeitoun by David Eggers?   It was the summer reading for the high schools in my town--everybody reads it, including teachers and staff.   It is a true story of a Muslim man who lived in New Orleans through and post Katrina.   I highly recommend it.  

Well, I just looked around, and it appears that the cleaning fairy is not going to show up and help me organize my office.  Bitch    I mean, I know she isn't real. Sigh.

What about you?  Whatcha' doin'?  Whatcha' supposed to be doing? 


  1. Thanks for taking the time to talk to me today, my friend.

  2. Karla, I so hear you! My house needs a good deep cleaning! Love baby critters...the kittens sound adorable!