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new schedule

I am feeling very discombobulated. Not only am I just back from a big trip and missed a day of work, I’m starting on a new schedule today, and I’m not happy about it and I’m not sure I can do my job properly with this new schedule. I don’t start work until 1. I’m working afternoons because Lisa has to do corrections for the summer and Annette can’t work afternoons, and Lisa can’t do them herself. So there wasn’t a better option, but the more I think about it, the more I hate this.

  1. my main contact time with Dad is in the mornings before he leaves for the day. We keep the business running together during this 1/2 hour conversation every day. I’ll miss this.
  2. 1/2 of my vendors are on the east coast. If I don’t start work until 1, I will just about miss them all on the phone unless I call the instant I walk in the door.
  3. healthwise, I’m not sure I can handle this. I won’t be having an afternoon nap, and a morning nap just isn’t the same... and I can’t/don’t sleep in well because E has to still get up for work.
  4. I’m such a morning person that my brain works 100% better when I’m starting things first thing in the morning.
  5. I’m not gonna get a day off because Lisa needs assistance every day.
  6. On the positive side, its actually less number of hours.
So I’m gonna do some serious reconsidering after the end of this week. Who knows, maybe dad will have taken care of the Leonard issue at work which is flairing up again, and then I won’t have to worry about anything, I can just quit. LOL! I hate being in new situations, its just in my personality so much. So I’m showered now, and its time for lunch I think... I forgot breakfast.


I love you because you used "discombobulated" in a sentence. I said that to someone one day (actually, I said "I feel discombobulated") and he told me it wasn’t a real word. I e-mailed him the link to Dictionary.com AND the definition just to shut him up. "Is too!" wouldn’t do the trick.

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