Thursday, August 26, 2010

Nameless, faceless corporate drone.

I feel like the world's worst blogger. Or maybe just the world's worst human.

I've been working like a crazy woman all week. As in, working late, coming home, then working some more. Waking up in the middle of the night, thinking about work, not being able to go back to sleep, and deciding I should just get up and work. Then, next thing I know, I've slept through my alarm and am late for - you guessed it - work.

Balance? Huh? Whaaa?

But I have managed to walk Dachshund Nation every day this week. Tuesday night, I managed to coerce them to go to bed at 9:30. So, little victories. But I haven't even had time to watch my DVRed Miss Universe Pageant, chock full o' national heritage costumes and hosted by Mr. Bret Michaels.

Now? Now, it's almost the weekend. And I promise to have something - anything - to write about then that will be at least marginally interesting.


hope505 said...

Cha are a tower of power. I've been thinking of you and your happy life lately
* : )
I thought of you and Brett after my date with Hair Metal Man...and I have a new weekend feature over at my place called "Craigslist Gems" that I think might give you a smile.
But yeah. I am sincerely inspired by your tenacity and generally sunny outlook...(even before your engagement!! *haha!* well I said "generally" ::wink:: )
have a great weekend...try not to think about ork-way...

gertrude said...

Comparing our posts this week, it sounds like we should have switched places on Monday :)

Also... even though I am woefully late in congratulating you on your engagement I wanted to let you know how happy I am for you and Your Guy (or is it your My Guy???). Hooray!

Anonymous said...

I swear, it's in the air. I've barely been able to post, let alone READ anyone else's.
Such a crazy time of calendar.

Wenderina said...

Cha cha ( this is my first use of your name, hope it isn't too familiar after a couple years of reading your blog) you and me must fight the same corporate behemoth every day. If this is how work is in a slow economy, what will I do when things speed up, I ask you? I haven't blogged nearly a month...and the longer I spend away from it, the less I seem to have to say.