This picture taken while looking for a campsite at 2 am this weekend.
[More on that later…]
I’m currently feeling more like C is looking in this picture than how I’m looking. The deliriously funny state of tired hasn’t quite set in.
For some reason all I can think of today is that song that me and my sister Lindsay used to sing when we were younger that goes about like this: “Sometimes dontchya feel like you are drunk behind the wheel!” I’m sure there is a much more popular song with those same lyrics, but the tune is most likely different than what’s going on in my head.
I am 100% burned out. My brain doesn’t work right now.
I should be thinking about:
- dinner tonight
- softball game later
- finishing this article that’s 75% done already
- projects, projects, projects
- how to get myself out of bed in the morning
- finding time to do everything that I want to/feel obligated to do
- try some of the millions of new recipes I’ve come across
- pick up my books from the library
- support C in his psycho school day today
- figure out how to help a beautiful, wonderful girl at my church whose husband decided he doesn’t want to be married anymore. :(
- figure out how to be a better friend to a friend who’s having a really, really hard day
- schedule visiting teaching
- catch up the checkbook [1st month trying REALLY hard to keep track of everything and I still forgot about $275 we had to pay to get a drain unclogged. sheesh.]
- transfer money to cover the dirt cheap car insurance C set up for us last month
- blog our garden/Moab trip 2.0/recipes for you lovely ladies
- design stuff for the multiple collabs I’ve committed to
- get almond milk to make yogurt with this weekend [and then blog that too.]
I’m not really stressed. I’m just tired, I think. Yesterday, I stayed an hour and a half late at work so I could finish the voice-overs on tutorial videos for our next product launch and I’m beat. [Not to mention I came in early yesterday, and every day for the past month…] And then, my colleague got laid off a couple days ago, so the number of accounts I’m managing just doubled.