It was a long day.
I was out the door at 7:30 a.m., which is not that early NORMALLY, but in a COVID world, it is unheard of, in order to get to a health appointment with Andrea for 7:45 a.m. Easy for me, I watched Monk episodes on Prime while I waited.
Then drove Andrea home and went to McDonald’s to pick up a treat for the three of us — McMuffins for Andrea and I, hot cakes for Jacob. Then I was in meetings pretty much all day.
I don’t just mean a lot of meetings. I mean that I was in meetings most of the morning, went upstairs to grab lunch just after 2:00 p.m., ate at my desk while preparing for other meetings, did more work until almost 5:45 p.m., finished off some stuff on my computer in time for dinner at 6:30 p.m., and then was back to my PC at 7:00 p.m. for a night-time Ottawa Meetup for WordPress users.
The local group was presenting on Blocks, and since I’m struggling with a bit of block stuff, AND that I will eventually need to engage some of this community to help solve my WP problems, I need to make the effort to join in for their meetings when I’m available. I was practically asleep by 8:00 p.m. in my chair, and I can’t swear I didn’t nod off at one point.
Good presentation, got a lot of great info on things I didn’t know, flattening the learning curve in this instance, but it was 2 hours of extra learning tonight. Just in time to try out two collections while it was all still fresh in my mind.
I’m totally fried. Not completely in a bad way, just a really long day.
And tomorrow morning, it starts again with an early morning jaunt to pick up a telescope that is being donated to our astronomy group, so early morning volunteer work. Hopefully I can stay awake for some later meetings in the day!
Today I choose to binge on WordPress and work.
What choices are you making today?