Our public library is attached to the local high school, and the kids use it for different classes, etc. There's a computer lab on the upper level here. That's the "music" I'm listeneing to this morning.
Well, things will be getting back to "normal" again. My dog and fish sitting gig is done. I'm heading back home this morning, so thought I'd stop here first. With gas prices the way they are, I don't do a whole lot of extra running around. Just the driving I have to do for work is bad enough, so I try to combine work trips with errands.
I've got a couple of midnight 12 hour shifts a week now. My office manager said that we'll have another one starting within a week. So we'll be extremely busy. I did enjoy the extra time I had last week, but the paycheck? Not so much. But that is one of the hazards of being a home health aide, there are slumps or overloads in hours.
We've had some beautiful spring weather, but no rain, so the fire danger is very high. We're due for rain and some cooler temperatures later this weekend, I guess. The spring flowers-daffodils, crocus, snowdrops, tulips-are really getting going well. I'm so glad that it's spring, winter this year sucked.
Other than the humdrum little details of my life, that's about it for now. I'm still settling into the new way I'm living my life now, but do have a tendency to slip up and let those negative thoughts sneak into my consciousness every once in a while. I have noticed a difference in the way I feel about all of life's little ups and downs, some of the bigger ones, too. I'm one of those people who will wait for the perfect time before beginning something, which doesn't always happen the way we want it to. A procrastinator with perfectionist tendencies. :::shiver::: So, it seemed like the perfect(see?) time to start this while I was away from home. Without all the usual distractions. One of the smarter things I've done lately. Now all I have to do is adjust it to my life at home. Although, that's going to come in fits and starts, at least for this weekend what with the 12 shifts and sleeping most of the day. So, until next time...
~Thanks For Stopping By~