Wednesday, December 20, 2006

World News with Charles Gibson

Does this happen to you - You spend the day staring at a computer screen, writing emails, answering emails, playing with spreadsheets and web sites and word (I refuse to capatilize) documents, and then you go to the gym and try to better your body (by running on the treadmill at a seriously slow pace, but you tell yourself it's better than not running at all) and your mind (by watching the evening news with Charles Gibson), and then you go home (taking the long way around the Loop [here I feel capatilization is OK] to be able to [1] sit and [2] read for a longer period of time), you get home and you straighten up so your feel better about your apartment, you wrap gifts, kiss your husband, eat dinner, log on to check your email one more time, put away laundry, watch a little TV, brush your teeth and then go to bed only to wake up and start the whole thing over and think about the things you DIDN'T get accomplished the day before and are somehow going to find the time to fit them in today - but if you don't, you won't make yourself feel bad about it because what does that accomplish?

Or is it just me?

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