People have been, seemingly, checking this blog out. That’s nice. It’s all very pleasant to write something and have an idea that a handful of people and/or bots are going to run their eyes/code over it.
Wish I had anything worthy of reporting.
Reliably, at least we can say that nothing will happen until something does. And for now, we’re on the side of the nothing that hasn’t happened. I’ll certainly share if any late, breaking personal news comes over the wire today. I’m growing quite wise and letting the bead in my brain that is fiendishly hopeful settle and simmer and shrink. It won’t go away, how can it, but it can get very small and still while I go about my business.
The business needed to be busy and distracting. There’s so much that is running and flying. Spinning overhead, both the delicate crystalware, and the giant, cushy possibilities of doing something that will benefit you a year down the road. Suddenly, I’m booking travel and making decisions and whirling here and there, making suggestions my boss approves of and I realize that there isn’t any time for thinking. Just doing. I thought I had another week somehow. Isn’t that always the case?
I am going to end up, despite wishing entirely otherwise, doing everything tomorrow to prepare for this trip. I’m tired as hell from a hectic few days at work, have one more early start, and I still don’t know exactly how I’m managing the points A-B for Thursday. There’s nobody around to make anything else work and I’m no longer willing to ask my father for things like this.
So, Trix, let’s get to it. I have almost lost a pound in this first week of dieting. Which I think is both heartening and disheartening. Mostly the former, but I get, obviously that the reasoning for this is because in my busy-ness, the fundamentals so easily get lost. I am tracking rapaciously, I read a book, I lost a pound. A children’s book, but 100 pages of anything that I’m not required to read by my job is significant to me, and I know that what I’m doing will work supposing I prioritize it over everything else and thus far, I haven’t learned how to do that successfully. But I did exercise once and even 10% enjoyed it. I don’t know if that will continue, but I keep thinking I shouldn’t exercise after work because them I’m way too wide awake and don’t sleep. But I’m so achey and tired I can hardly peel myself out of the covers to get to work on time so the idea of just shoe-horning in an extra hour to silently trot around my 10×10 bedroom, seems….implausible.
Alright. One task at a time. Packing. Read a page of the new Princess book. Stop overpromising and under delivering.
Just get it in the mail. Just get it out the door. Don’t live in the pit forever. Move on. Move on. Move on.