Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical (hermionesviolin) wrote,
Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical
hermionesviolin

I keep thinking I go back to work tomorrow. (I don't.)

I'm remarkably high-functioning today, considering how little sleep I've gotten.

I did laundry and dishes and paid the rent and booked hotel rooms and did some art and read more Yuletide. (I think I've read more Yuletide this vacation than any previous December vacation -- I usually barely get any read before the reveal.) I haven't done stuff like finish the year-end financial stuff for CWM (which I want to send to Dan before church tomorrow) or put together a "lectionary" for Thursday morning prayer for now until Lent.

I did some bedroom-cleaning/tidying in anticipation of Ari's visit, and while there's definitely more stuff that needs to get cleared out/better organized, the room already feels weirdly empty -- because there are these empty patches on the floor that didn't use to be there.

I arguably had a reasonably restful vacation (Christmas was lowkey, and I did a minimum of errands in general and a minimum of work for our two parties in particular) but trying to balance getting stuff done and doing fun things and resting didn't play out with an optimal balance, I don't think -- I feel like each of those three areas all got shortchanged.
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