It’s after 9:00 p.m. and I should be in bed. But you know how it is when you have all this stuff to do right when you come home from the day job and then spend some chatty time with your spouse or kids or partner or housemate or even yourself over dinner and then have a bunch of other stuff to do after that? It’s 9:00 p.m. before you know it and there was no relaxing time at all.
I love relaxing time. I need relaxing time. I’m kind of lazy that way.
But tonight I was on a mission. I can’t say too much about it because the person for whom this mission must be accomplished might read my blog and it’s a surprise for him/her. Suffice it to say the mission involved technology, and with that I stink.
Stink, I say.
Needless to say the mission was not accomplished, but I haven’t lost hope yet. When it comes to computers and digital devices I’m usually determined to figure it out even if it takes me months. Unfortunately in this case I don’t have that long, so I better hop to it. Tomorrow I’ll give it another whirl.
And tomorrow will be Wednesday already! I had a nice, long weekend for Memorial Day, thanks to a government job that gives me national holidays off. I wouldn’t say the weekend was particularly relaxing either, because I went to the family cottage and there was a lot to do to open the place up for the summer. Charlotte did most of the work though, because she’s disciplined that way. There were windows to wash, an outhouse to scrub, cobwebs to brush away, dusting to do, animal gnawings to repair and a bunch of other stuff that we all pitched in to accomplish. It was a fun weekend though, spending time with everyone.
Because tomorrow is Wednesday I’ll be doing some craft work to get ready for the show at Chateau St. Croix next month. (Wednesdays are devoted to craft work for me.) There will be some candle pouring and product pricing done, and that always makes me feel productive. I’ll also have to get back to that technology project and see if I can figure it all out.
Lazy days of summer? I’d like proof of that, please. I’m rarely lazy during the summer months because the summer months demand a lot of activity, especially in places like Minnesota where half the year we’re snowed in. That’s when we’re supposed to be lazy, but it doesn’t seem like I am then either.
With that report I’m going to sign off and go to bed. I hope the sleep is good because I have to be awake and pay attention for the next twelve weeks or so. I’d probably sleep a lot better if I knew I could figure out this dang technology project.
I’ll keep you posted.