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Hours of the Day

While I understand what Suzanne is saying, I find myself with the dilemna of still never having enough hours to the day. Take yesterday for example.

I got up at 3:45, read email and fixed greymatter for an hour, got ready, woke up E, ate breakfast, made a lunch and was out the door by 6.
At work by 6:20, worked until 5:45 when E came back to pick me up.
Home by 6, ate dinner (actually, watched E eat dinner cuz I had a big lunch at my desk while reading my email again during lunch), watched a teeny bit of Fraiser, and was in bed by 7.

This kinda schedule leaves no room for anything else *sigh* I’m supposed to be cleaning and getting ready for my mother-in-laws visit, and my webpage is not showing any of the include files so I need to download the most recent copies of every page and change the endings to .php instead of .phtml so it’ll work with the new server, but I didn’t have time to work on either of those things!

Anyhow, I know that my schedule won’t be so horrendous once I’m driving and not having to wait for E’s commute to get him back here (its 45-60 minutes, depending on traffic), but still. I am in awe of people who are such good multitaskers that they can still hold a job and still do everything else smile I’m definately not ready to be a mommy with a job LOL!


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Holy cow girl! You make me tired just thinking about your day! *LOL* I can not in my wildest imagination see me getting up at those hours. It’s amazing to me.

I know, its tiring for me to think about it too! Luckily, this schedule isn’t forever. We just had to do something once we moved until I got my license so that E’s commute was shorter, and going earlier did that.

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