16 September 2009

While you were out.

You'd think that with a substantially reduced teaching load things would seem a little less hectic. Ha ha ha! Not the case at all.

Right now I am doing eighty different things at once. Sometimes that works, but not always.

My biggest problem lately has been not knowing what day it is.

And yes, that is a big problem indeed.


Matthew Thorburn said...

That seems to be a problem at both ends of the workload spectrum... my parents don't know what day it is either, but it's because they're retired.

Hang in there, MB!

Lyle Daggett said...

For a few more minutes, it's Wednesday.

That's a remarkable photo. As I look at it, the glow actually seems to recede into the darkness around it.

Anonymous said...

Not knowing what day it is becomes exponentially worse depending on how many people around you there are when it is made apparent. It's the same feeling as forgetting your age or zip code.

Penultimatina said...

Thanks so much, y'all!

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