Magical Truthsaying Bastard Shadesong (shadesong) wrote,
Magical Truthsaying Bastard Shadesong

I'm awake. Ish.

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.

I will 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.

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