All blogged up and nothing to say

I’m sitting in my lounge room surrounded by the remnants of a day-long sorting out of all my beading supplies. It’s going to be very nice to be able to find what I need without having to rummage through a confetti of small plastic bags (instead I will be shuffling piles of plastic boxes) but having spent most of the day sitting in the one spot has left me with a sore back, swollen feet and nothing much to say. (Also, no jewellery made, but I’m trying not to think about that.)

The week ahead promises to be fairly full-on. I have heaps of work to do and to re-do – thank you database disaster – and not nearly enough in the office hours in which to do it all. I have a meeting with David’s teacher tomorrow at 1:30pm which steals half my afternoon from me and is providing a nice little edge of anticipatory tension in the back of my mind (he hasn’t said what it’s about). Tuesday night is a P&C meeting at which there is much to discuss and some possibility of strong feelings about some issues. Caitlin has a dance rehearsal at Lindfield on Wednesday afternoon so I’ll be taxiing back and forth between that and Tom’s drama class all afternoon. Thursday is so far unencumbered apart from the usual stuff of work, getting Caitlin to dance class and feeding the family. Friday I plan on spending at Ariane’s place frantically doing last minute preparations for the school Christmas markets on Sunday, because on Saturday I won’t have a chance as Caitlin has dance performances, a matinee and in the evening. And somewhere in amongst all that I need to make at least 20 pairs of earrings and half a dozen necklaces.

I reckon that, if I’m going to keep up the NaBloPoMo-ing through all that, I’m going to need some help. Ask me questions, hit me with memes, whatever! Give me something to work with here…

One thought on “All blogged up and nothing to say

  1. Mim, I would love to hear more about Australia (may not be that exciting for your Australian followers)I also think it could be fun to hear your thoughts about my top-book-series of the moment: The Tomorrow Series (as you know), but don't reveal too much, I've only read the first two (and I seem to remember that you have said previously that you've read them all).Apart from that, I feel like you – I am determined to carry on and complete the NaBloPoMo challenge, but some days I just don't know what on earth to blog about.

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