shifting

September 27, 2006 § Leave a comment

I’m not necessarily a time-off kind of girl. Somehow my vacations don’t end up feeling like something I do for fun — for sure this one was more of a need-to-do than anything — and as usual I’m really glad to be home with the kitty pantses & the newly-shed new snake. However, this time I’m finding that it’s a bit harder to shift back into the work role because there’s not a huge amount of stuff waiting for me to do. After just a few days I feel like I’m completely caught up and even as though with this lull, now would be a good time for…a vacation.

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