At the moment I’m pretty amazed if I can remember my own name and where I live, I certainly have no spare thoughts to put together comments for your blogs or a decent post for this one. I do manage the occasional comment, sorry there are not more of them.
My offsider has mostly flaked out on me, I can’t rely on them to do any of the essential tasks that need to get done at this time of year, so it is all me all the time. It is a lot more work than I was expecting, but it is 100% work I am capable of and suited to. The levels of organization.. alphabetization.. I’m feeling pretty happy about it, while at the same time completely exhausted.
Today is my first full day off where I have no intentions whatsoever of dropping into work to make sure things get done, and I have some plans – hairdressing, Christmas Shopping, a nice lunch in Berry, then a stroll around a late night Christmas Shopping event. I might see if I can park the car somewhere it can be washed, too. Hopefully this might be fodder for a post next week.
Tomorrow I have another day off and I am going to do ABSOLUTELY NOTHING all day. I need a day like that, before heading back into another 5 day stint of insanity. I might see if I can manage my November wrap up post, though.
Chooks are good if perhaps inundated with treats, kitties are good. We seem to have a rodent problem. They started chewing on the coop/run as they are locked out of it at night, and that is where the food now resides.
We’ve had to put some metal capping on. We may shout ourselves an electric chair for Christmas.
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So sorry for what you’re dealing with at work. And, wow, that metal capping is very elegant.
It sounds like your business is temporary, and I have no doubt you’ll get through it easily.
I’m hearing this lament from many about this time of the year. Overwhelming tasks on top of the holiday brouhaha.
It’s a stressful time of year, and you can only do what you can to relax when work is crushing. Take care of yourself!
Sounds crazy where you are. and with the silly season upon us. Bring on Christmas and a relax.