Why is it that every time I have a day where I could write, uninterrupted, I don't? Instead I spend the day doing things like the following:
Having a long shower.
Doing my hair and makeup. Gotta look pretty for the computer.
Taking Z. for a long, long walk.
Planning the supper menu.
Playing XBox games.
Phoning XBox because of a stupid clerical error that indicated that I wanted to renew my Gold Membership when, in fact, I did not (that error is locking me out of any games that require downloadable content - so far, all of them).
Checking the mail.
Checking my email, Facebook and Twitter.
Playing with Z.
Doing a little wee bit of writing.
And S. will be home soon and there will go my uninterrupted writing time.
At least I'm feeling better today. I had a wicked ear infection over the weekend and now understand why babies cry so badly when they have one. Ear infections hurt! There is no way to hold your head that doesn't include pain of some kind. Thank God for antibiotics. Of course it never occurred to me that I could also take pain killers because that's just not how my brain works. I'll remember for next time, although I really hope there isn't a next time.
It's a lovely day in my part of the world. The Balcony Babies are out on their balconies, playing in the sun and screaming at each other. They come and go as they please, the doors left open for them, going up to the bars that separate them and screaming some more. They're both wearing clothes which is unusual. Typically one is in a diaper and the other in a shirt and diaper combo. Today they both have shirts and pants. It's a miracle.
I've got a busy week of work ahead of me. We're launching our annual spring family event and my project for it isn't quite done. This year has been flying by - I didn't actually realize we were a week away from launching until we were a week away from launching. It feels like I've been finishing things in a last-minute rush but I'm not the only one so that's reassuring. Either I'm still on schedule or the time got away from everyone.
Of course when you procrastinate, it's amazing how often that will happen to you.