My brain, that is. And my nerves.
I worked for 60+ hours last week, including three full, exhausting days in Boston (one of which was Easter Sunday). It was fun and nice to work outside of the office, but I didn’t get home until last night at around 10:30 p.m. After taking a few extra hours with Nora this morning to help make up for missed time with her, I took her to daycare and headed into a full work week with… more piles of work.
It’s a busy time, and–don’t get me wrong–that’s great, but I am just mentally exhausted. I’m at the point where my brain seems like it physically hurts, and when people send me e-mails about additional tasks–even simple ones–I find myself on the verge of tears. It’s not even that my workload is THAT bad now that I’m back; it’s just that after working for
seven eight days in a row now (putting extra hours in every single day), I am spent.
I am more than ready for the weekend, yet it’s only Monday. Wahhhh.
So please excuse my continued lack of posting. I have Easter pics to share (we celebrated last Sunday, on April 1) and a few other little updates–but no work on the kitchen lately, boo!–at some point this week.
On a travel-related note, despite being there for three days, I didn’t get to see ANY of Boston, which was disappointing. Thankfully we’re planning a vacation back there sometime this summer if we can swing it. With the exception of this weekend, I haven’t been since about 15 years ago, and Michael has never been, so it should be fun. We haven’t taken a real vacation since Mexico last July, which is a really long stretch for us. But hey, we bought a house ‘n’ stuff, so you know how that goes.
ANYWAY, I’m about to go veg on the couch for a bit before sleeping, hoping to rest my body and brain for a bit. So… happy Monday? (That’s me, trying to be optimistic. HA!)
AboutI'm Heather. I just turned 30. I'm happily married, and mommy to the most beautiful little girl in the world (what, you're saying I could be biased?). Determined DIYer and homeowner. Sarcastic. A perfectionist. A bleeding-heart liberal. Frugal. Loves a little dog way more than many humans. Loves food, hates exercise (it's an ongoing battle). A loyal football fan. I love to laugh. Value family and friends above all else. Vie to be a world traveler.