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22nd-Apr-2006 01:06 am
colin - blah: charliemc
So, I managed to get most of my forecasts done today, which sort of surprised me. I tried to be patient with Rich, but I sounded like a third grade teacher (at least it was better than a second grade teacher). I admitted I was a bad teacher, but I couldn't tell what he couldn't understand. Anyway, I stuck with my guns and made him do his forms himself, even though I walked him through it.

When I was done with him, I had 27 new emails.

Anyway, I motored through everything but Foundation admin.

Here's the problem:

Financial forecasts are due on a Friday.

The finance director doesn't work Fridays.

The executive director was out all afternoon.

The marketing director left by noon.

The marketing admin took today off.

So . . .

My only break from work work today was to do my bills (12 of them!). Where does all this ambition come from? No wonder I sleep like the dead in the evenings. I don't think I've seen one thing on TV this week.

I felt sorry for Kerry trying to answer my questions, because by 4:30 when I realized I had forgotten a piece of the parade forecast, I was frustrated.

Well, on another note, Charlie's computer crashed, and $200 later, she's having to reinstall everything. I don't know how she can stand it, frankly, but luckily she can. I can barely stand listening to it.

And Kittie Scarlett had her first visit to our vet yesterday. And $150 later, she's in good health and has a new chip installed, just in case we lose her sometime. (And with that marked ear, we don't want anyone thinking she's a feral cat!) Turns out she's more than a year old and she's definitely been a mother at least once. But she's a tiny thing, nonetheless, and I guess she always will be.

The sun has come out. We had our first 70 degree day this week, and Sunday it's supposed to be mid-to-high 70s. Of course I have an event in the middle of the day and another starting at 6:00, but nonetheless it feels good. And tomorrow I don't think I'm working at all. We'll see how that goes.
23rd-Apr-2006 08:55 am (UTC)
You continue to amaze me with your ability to get so much done at work! (And I frankly don't give a damn if others think I'm high on you because of that. I'm not the only person in the world who thinks you're special and incredible, after all...)


You did a ton again this week. And, yeah, no wonder you're tired when you get home!

I understand it more when I'm at work with you, by the way. The energy level there just makes me hyper all day long. Then when we hit the car to drive home, I'm yawning right beside you! (grin)

(I'm not sure people who don't work there can ever really understand, by the way. Telling someone just isn't like having them there to experience it firsthand!)

You remain my personal hero (heroine?), anyway...

(Go YOU!)
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