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2020, Day 14: Juggling It All

Tuesday, January 14, 2020

We're already almost halfway through the first month of 2020! How'd that happen?


But happily, we've got a three-day weekend coming up.


Managed to get some running in this morning. Geez, I seriously need to get more running days in - I've only been managing to get in one running day per week, at most, and it's HARD. I just have to keep reminding myself that it'll never get better if I don't keep plugging. I really need to get up to 2-3 days per week, but it seems like life just keeps getting in the way.


Wrangling with various personal-life stuff...I will be so happy when we get all my dad's affairs settled, I cannot believe how much time it takes to deal with it. And then there's everything else...this morning I've been going back and forth with the pediatrician's office about getting a form from them to help authorize special accommodation for Jamie for the AP exam this spring (he has pain in his hand, up to his shoulder, when he writes a lot so we're asking for him to be able to take it on a computer). We're hoping it won't be an issue, as we seem to finally have a diagnosis and are starting treatment, but we want to cover our bases. The school finally got me the info yesterday that they need from the doctor and of course it's due this Friday.


As a friend of mine once famously said, when she was working full-time and President of the PTA at both her daughter's schools: "I don't have time to work!"


Speaking of which, I should get back to it. Happy Tuesday, all.

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    Good luck with everything!
    3 days ago
    I hear you--loud and clear. I retired --I think 3 years ago, maybe it was 4. Retired from what? I have never been so busy!! LOL … Happy Tuesday to you!
    3 days ago
    Love your blog.Blessings
    3 days ago
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