Mar 20, 2006


It's a relatively average day here at the office, for me anyway... everyone else is busy. I'm used to having lots of down time, but today I have no wedding planning or furniture shopping to do online, so I'm growing bored quickly. I've been reading today to try to finish this book that has already taken much longer than expected, but after lunch my body hit "hibernation time." I can usually get over it if I keep myself occupied, but reading is one of those things that if you try to do it when you're already tired, it just makes you more tired. My blinks kept getting longer and my head was doing that sudden nod thing that happens when you are involuntarily falling asleep. I wish I could lay my head on folded arms on my desk like a kid playing "heads-up 7-up" and doze off for a few minutes, but that probably wouldn't be a good idea. Neither the clients nor the employers would probably be very fond of finding me in that state. I might search for a crossword puzzle or something to keep me occupied. (Clearly I have a very demanding job.) Writing this post is keeping me alert. I wish I had something pertanent to say so that I could keep writing. But this is about it. Nothing new. Nothing exciting. Just me fighting off the urdge for a post-lunch siesta.

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