This day is just passing me by. Much like yesterday. I have a ton of things to do, but my mind is a jumble and I can't decide where to start, and the internet is just so interesting! Prince William is engaged? The Beatles are now available on iTunes? a Kardashian posed nude for something? I ask you: how am I supposed to move forward through my day in the face of such information?? No, if I don't get started first thing in the morning, the day is just over. If I come home from school and don't get on the phone, don't sit down at the time-sucking machine, and don't take a nap, I can get a lot done and keep up some momentum until at least 2 in the afternoon. But if I veer from the program, its just over. The other day I sat sideways on my desk chair and rested my head on the back of it and just stared off into space for an absurd amount of time.
I need to make a list. Lists are helpful. They can also be soul crushing reminders of all the stuff you still have to do, but if I put Breathe in and out, and Get dressed on the list, I know I will accomplish something today.
I'm also having an EAT day. All I want to do is eat. I just ate, like, seven crab appetizers that I popped in the oven, and I'm hungry again. It is lunch time, though. I had wonderful sushi the other night, and its all I can think about.
In other news, Rob and I had our parent/teacher conference this morning with Leila's teacher and I am showing enormous self restraint right now because I really want to brag, brag, brag. It was a good meeting. I wasn't expecting any surprises, but it is so nice to hear that your kid is doing fine in school, is well liked, and that there is no cause for worry. Was that bragging? Braggety brag brag brag. That's all I'm gonna say.
Okay. I am now going to make a list. But first, I will quickly check facebook to see if anything earth shattering has happened in the last five minutes.