Day 187: Some Days…

Some days are everything that you could possibly hope for while others are more like nightmares.  Some race past you while others just sit still like stagnant water.  During the work week, I really like for days to speed by but I want my weekends to just drag slowly past.  But it usually ends up being just the opposite and that sucks because there is always so much that I want to accomplish on the weekends.  I did get a reprieve this weekend because the striping company was going to come out to do our parking lot and the fire lane next door on Saturday but since there a 100% chance of storms and thunderstorms he is going to do it tomorrow after we close.  I can deal with that because Friday is kind of a throwaway because you spend most of the evening just decompressing from the week.  Saturday is the weekend all day long.  Sunday is kind of my pre-Monday, so after about 3:00, it’s also a throwaway day.  I’m busy getting things ready for the week.  But I have a new computer sitting in my Magical Writing Haven in its box and that will be my Saturday.  I love new technology.  I’ve been using my laptop but I wanted a desktop with a 24″ monitor, at least 1 terabyte, and 8 gigabytes of RAM.  I got all of that for a great price direct from Lenovo.  And the CPU is actually in the monitor so I don’t have to worry about finding a space for a separate CPU.  That’s a big help since space in my Haven is extremely limited.  So I am looking forward to Saturday.  Depending upon how late the stripers are here tomorrow night, I’ll probably get started on it when I get home from work.  Or, maybe I’ll work on it a little tonight.  There is some rearranging that will have to be done but not a lot.  But I don’t care how much work it takes because I HAVE A NEW DESKTOP COMPUTER!  I’m hoping that it will make me more excited about writing again.  I will have to migrate files over from my laptop but that’s not too big of a deal since I have a lot of them on a flash drive.  Plus, I have some large capacity drives that I can copy everything onto and upload it in a chunk.  Well, I need to get out of here so I can go home and at least start moving things around in preparation for the unboxing of the computer.  I cannot wait!  Tomorrow will probably drip slowly away.  But that’s just how things happen!                            

About Donna Heilman

I am a writer that lives in the Dallas-Ft. Worth Metroplex with my husband, 3 dogs, and 6 cats. I am currently working on my novel, Rapture, as well as writing poetry and some short non-fiction. I am honestly writing this blog to feel more connected with other creative people.
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