And this is the first time this week I've been able to get to my computer for more than 10 minutes. I'm not kidding when I say that the last few days have had me out and in motion morning through late night.
And I am exhausted and overcommitted and basically, things that should have been spread out over a month or two are all converging on these few days.
I need to write my BARCC bio today, soon as the coffee kicks in; I had scant few hours of sleep Monday night, up for a few hours in the middle of the night and I had to take a Zyrtec, so I was zombified yesterday and am struggling to recover today.
I need... there is a lot I need to get done in very little time.
And there are apparently a lot of people who need chunks of that time, but I must say that I am not In To Visitors today, because if I don't get this whole bunch of time-sensitive stuff knocked out today, I'm screwed. I have a lot
of balls in the air. I am calling on the gods of juggling to lend me strength. I have not dropped any of these balls yet, and I really
don't want to, so I need to organize my time very carefully and stick to it. (Yeah. When I have to schedule my showers because otherwise I won't get around to showering, the schedule really is intense.) I only have one day in the next two weeks that isn't totally booked to the gills, so I really cannot let things slide to the next day; that way lies chaos.
still be going to the Becca Loebe
concert tonight - 7pm at the Lizard Lounge in Cambridge, short walk from Harvard Square, only $5! - and that's your best chance to get some hangout time with me. I really hope some of you come... I don't like concerts near as much without friends. I usually don't go alone at all, but I know the artist, so I will if I have to. But it's more fun with you guys. $5! Dancing! You want.
That is all for now.