Everythinginbetween might be a little sporadic until I get this whole new rhythm down.  Can I just say, I WAS SO TOTALLY STUPID TO TAKE ON THE FREELANCE WORK FROM OLD JOB? Yes, I know. You all were right. SO TOTALLY RIGHT. But I have to see it through, now.  Between old job, new job, new commute, S.’s odd schedule, my writing and trying to exercise and read blogs (not to mention, oh, cleaning the house ever, getting the oil changed, seeing friends, grocery shopping and finally putting photos in albums properly…) my schedule is all cattywonkos.  I’m sure I will hit a rhythm sooner or later and both you and I will recognize when that fortuitous time arrives.  Until then, I am jotting down all my blog ideas in my Franklin planner, and someday soon they will become actual posts.  Don’t you just hate the everythinginbetweenedness of new schedules?

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5 Responses to Dischord

  1. Emily says:

    New schedules or interruptions in old schedules are such a pain. I get thrown off every time I have to do things like make the trek up to the office, like I did last week. Good luck with it all. I’ll be waiting patiently for the moment when it all gels.

  2. LK says:

    The holidays do that to me every time — gets me completely out of the routine. I agree with Emily — hang in, it’ll come together.

  3. litlove says:

    ‘cattywonkos’ – what a great word! Watch me work that into conversation from now on! Good luck with your new schedule, Courtney. You’ll get there, I know you will.

  4. Andi says:

    We’ll be here waitin’ for ya when things settle down!

  5. Carl V. says:

    Just remember to take deep breaths!!! 😉

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