Oh ye days and days of work....
I managed to get the apartment clean thanks to a marathon of Scrubs before I fell into bed last night. It makes me literally laugh out loud and the extra energy garnered from that is useful for cleaning. Yay.
David had also had dinner ready for me by the time I got home yesterday from work, which was so incredibly sweet. He is the one who cooks anyways, but the added gift of having food on the table as I walked into the door was wonderful.
Outside of my moods bouncing wildly (and really, that isn't terribly unusual anyways), I seem to be holding up with this insane work-a-gazillion-days-in-a-row thing. At least physically. Pacing myself during the day and going to bed when my body tells me to helps.
I will be very grateful when we finally slow down and/or are able to hire a new housekeeper, though. It always seems to go that we only get really busy when we don't have a full staff, and this month has been no exception. Murphy's Law reigns supreme.
The heat and humidity has been almost unbearable, but it is still better than the nearly subzero temperatures we faced last winter. With this summer being so hot and stormy, I'm a little nervous to see what the winter is going to look like.
At least in the winter, however, my car is at no risk of overheating. That's the one silver lining in the ice-shrouded clouds of my least favorite season.
Yesterday was an odd driving day. And by "odd" I mean "infuriating". I've never been nearly sideswiped so many times in one drive home as I was yesterday. I know cars make it easy to stop seeing human beings and start seeing nameless automatons who are merely in your way, but there comes a point in which the collective idiocy of the human race on the road just becomes a pain in the ass.
Thanks to working so much, there's been several work related rants on my mind. Leaving out the ones I usually rant about, there is: ( An itemized list of people's thoughtlessness and stupidity )