Thursday, March 18, 2010

Eight Days In A Week

What happens when you are working 8 days per week, twenty-five hours per day:
  • You don't get your laundry done.
  • You don't care.
  • You don't have time to research the links you volunteered to provide.
  • You worry about disappointing someone by not providing them soon enough.
  • You have only read a few pages of the 500- page book you are supposed to discuss in two weeks.
  • You worry about not being prepared.
  • You quickly learn who your allies are at work.
  • You are sad there are so few.
  • You are so tired at night you can't sleep.
  • You find yourself falling asleep driving home.
  • The most interesting food you have eaten in days is Roasted Eggplant Hummus. It was dinner. But it was good.
  • You don't have a chance to post on your blog.
  • You do care about your readers. You don't want them to think you have forgotten them.
  • You see you can soon take a day off.
  • You remember that even God rested on the 7th day.
  • You remember to be thankful you have a job.
  • You remember this, too, shall pass.
  • You slept well last night.
  • You know the worst is over.

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