If life wasn't crazy enough with working on our home, Ryan and I getting used to living together after having opposite schedules, trying to figure out my place in the photography world, enjoying our adorable lil' nephews Evan, Forrest, and Levi plus Vivian, our adorable niece... Ryan and I also have a puppy or at least is the size of one, Jack, who is a Jack Russell mix! How fun and YES, and a little crazy, but we wouldn't have it any other way!

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Never Enough Time in the Day

Today was my day off for the week... and I didn't really get to touch my list of things to do! I didn't realize that my extra day off during the week would be consumed with cleaning and errands. It stinks...

Jack wakes me up with a paw in the face at 9:00 a.m. because I didn't got to bed 'til 12:00 a.m. I was pretty groggy. I start by picking up whatever I see that's out of its place and before I know it its 5:00 p.m. when I'm suppose to start dinner so that it will be done for when Ryan gets home.

Have I started "thank you" cards yet... no. Have I got to put some good quality study time in to INS 22... no. Two really big things that need to happen and my day is taken up by cleaning the bathroom, bringing clothes to goodwill, and getting my extremely broken glasses fixed (hopefully for the last time). Ugh! Unfortunately, telling the people receiving thank yous and the people administrating the INS test that everyday life is a little too much right now... well that won't work!

Please can I have a day with more time in it?!? Working 10 hours a day isn't bad but it sure does take away from the "other than work" aspects of life. I know I will feel SOOO much better once "thank yous" and my test is done. But first we have to get there...

Things to get my mind off the everyday in the next 2 weeks... Chi-town with my mom and sis for a great last adventure before lil' boy Reil is around... AND Philly for a LONG weekend!

1 comment:

  1. Julie,

    First things first, INS TEST is #1 you have to pass, the items on the floor will be there, the thank you's will get done and enlist your husband he has a part to play also you are not living by yourself. Save dinner so he can help. You are both working and it was both of your wedding NOT just yours for heavens sake. BREATH, take the dog for a walk and Study. Hugs D