It will take a lot of energy to get my point across and since I am doing a bit of multi-tasking right now, I don't feel like tainting my work stuff with my personal stuff emotions. That being said, I went to the trouble of opening this and I feel like babbling, just not about what I originally mapped out. (yet)
I have a to-do list that is a full sheet of paper plus margins. As responsible as it makes me feel to have it all written down in an organized fashion it also makes me sad. I'd like to think I'm a free spirit that lives and lets live, but as I get older and I add more to my daily juggle (son, housekeeping, husband, running a business, etc) I realize that really I have a pretty scheduled life. I am a creature of habit. (shudder). Heck, I even have my free time scheduled out! Saturday nights are "my nights" where I can not be Megan the (insert responsibility here), and just Megan. It's very nice, and I'm pretty sure if I didn't have that time I would end up batty..
I am originally from LA. Not the "LA area", actually LA, and as such I have a affinity for the beach. There's something soothing about sand between my toes and too cold water on my feet. Last November I took The Monk out and introduced him to the beach, he loved it so much it cost me a phone.
See that black rectangle in the sand on the left? THAT was the best phone I ever had (until I sold my soul to the iPhone 4S but that was almost 9 months later and I still miss that slide out keyboard).
And just to give you my mind state when it comes to work: I was worried about the voicemails and my business being unaccessable while I had no phone, where as my friend Kira about slapped me upside the head for not even considering the dangers of driving from Corona to Tempe with a toddler in the car without a phone. I would have gotten there eventually, but I saw my business catastrophe before I considered the more immediate issues. Sometimes I have trouble seeing the things right in front of me, but I have no problem seeing the things far off (either past or future). My step-mom saved my hide and the very next day I was blackberried until I could replace my phone. Shortly after that I gave myself a new line so now when I go on vacation my business phone is safely tucked in at the office.
|He loved the beach, even with it being freezing cold out there...|
Well, doing this checked off exactly nothing on my dreaded to-do list, but I do feel a ::little:: more focused so I can get my to the actual important things (like my website stuff and a long email times 3 people). Thanks for reading! (or skimming, or laughing at my phone death.... whatevs)
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