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Hectic Friday @ 08:03 am

[info]vimeslady:

31 minutes (106 calories) on the Wii Fit Plus yesterday. I need to increase the time I'm putting in; I've stayed at the same level for a month. Especially important on days like yesterday when I ate way too many calories.

Tom Veal is coming to visit for the weekend. I have to pick him up in a couple hours at the airport, and have so much to do before I leave.

I'm just not getting anything important done, and the important things become more and more urgent. My usual day goes: Get up, take care of the pets, do the social networking thing, eat breakfast, post here on LiveJournal/InsaneJournal, do my morning chores, take a break by reading (and often falling asleep), bathe, eat lunch, exercise, take a break to recover, feed the pets, eat dinner, collapse from exhaustion, get ready for bed.

This morning the first break has to be skipped if I'm going to get to the airport on time. Plus I have some paperwork for which the final deadline is today - must find time to do that. Going to the airport takes at least 90 minutes.

This evening Tom, Chad, Alex, Justice and I are going out for dinner. Of course, no one has an opinion on where we should go, and it's the usual "I don't care, where do you want to go?" that usually takes 20 or 30 minutes all by itself.

And in the middle of it all I struggle vainly with the swarms of ants. Had to clean out and wipe down a cabinet last night because of them. This morning I found one in my coffee cup. Everyone tells me not to have toxic chemicals sprayed inside my house, but no one has any suggestions what I can do about the damn things, which I think have taken up residence inside my walls.

I wish it would stop raining.
 

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This is the Way I Live (on IJ)

There is a very fine line between "hobby" and "mental illness." - Dave Barry