It all started innocently enough. Today being Thursday, I planned on taking the daughter to school, coming home and getting straight to work after a brisk morning walk. Lots of the folks I follow on Twitter talk about their workouts and "going for a walk" times in the morning and evening, and I need to get in the routine of things with some exercise. All was well – overcast, slightly humid after the rain passed, sweating just enough to feel that I’d done something good and worthwhile. Then I got home.
Since then, it’s been one of those days. I can’t complain – I’ve got it easy much of the time. But today it seems like the to-do list has been a to-do pile and it’s been piled and re-piled on me hour after hour. The time has gond by quickly, so that’s a good thing. But I feel like a blur, like I have been on full fast forward since sitting back down after that walk. I know it’s not just me – Vicki’s had one of those days, too, and I’m sure I could get some stories from the kids. And you’ve had your own "one of those days", I’m sure. If not today, then in the past – and if not in the past, then just wait. Just wait.