All the kids have been dropped off at school. Sweet, blissful, quiet car! I am going to get so much done today! Six hours of no interruptions. I just need to drop off that package at the post office and I think the library books are due today and I can’t renew them again. I’ll just swing home and grab them, run those errands and then get started.
Huh, post office doesn’t open until nine. I’ll just cruise Facebook for a bit. No problem!
Okay! Errands done, I’m ready to get to work. Hello, puppy! Are you tired of the kennel? Do you need to go outside? Do you need some attention? I know, you miss the kids. I’ll play with you!
There, I paid attention to you. Do you want some breakfast? Let’s go to the kitchen. Oh, man, the kitchen is still a mess from breakfast. I’ll just clean up a bit before I get started. Oh, and I need to get dinner in the crock pot. And I should really start a load of laundry. And make my bed. It’s the first step to a productive day!
House is clean, dog is fed, dinner is on. Nice. Now to get to work. I’m kind of hungry. Did I put money in the kids’ lunch accounts? I better check. And I’ll just check my email. And pay this bill. And read this article about depressed teenagers. Now I’m depressed. I’ll just watch this cute video of somebody’s toddler.
Time to get to work, but I can’t work on an empty stomach. I’ll just get a sandwich and some coffee. Shoot, out of cream. And lettuce. And milk. I’ll just run to Target real quick.
Okay! Sandwich, coffee, house is still quiet, there’s still time to get some work done! What, puppy? You need to go outside again? Okay, I’ll let you out real quick.
Rats, I forgot the laundry. Better get it in the dryer.
Puppy! Stop barking, it’s just the mailman. I’m so sorry, ma’am. Yeah, he’s a little overprotective. Thank you!
Work! Going to do work. I can’t type while I eat. I’ll just catch up on some articles I saved.
My coffee’s cold. I’ll go heat it up and then get to work!
I AM NOW WORKING. SEE ME WRITE AND PLAN AND ANSWER EMAILS AND STUFF.
Crap, I’ve got to go get the kids.