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It's Wednesday, but Friday's coming!

I haven't been THIS excited about a Friday coming for a long time.
Today was my first day back in the office. I worked yesterday, in fact a full day - but from home. Which is always easier because I do the first few hours of computer work in my jammies. I get so much done it's RIDICULOUS. Absolutely insane. The reason is, no one can interrupt me. That's how my "work from home" Tuesdays started. By me getting to Thursday and having so much unfinished because of constant interruptions. Distractions. Things that many times did not need my attention but because of my accessibility in the office, I was doomed. So I decided to take my accessibility away one day a week, and WHAMMO, the work began to magically get done.

Well anyway, today was my first day back in. It was fine just super busy with catching up from missing Monday. I have not been home for a day off, and actually been able to take the day off in a while. So I'm REALLY looking forward to it. Really looking forward to getting Savanna off to school, going back to bed and staying there as long as I want. Really looking forward to not getting dressed. Really looking forward to watching a movie or something equally as mindless. Really looking forward to sitting on my swing and just staring into space. Really looking forward to hours of quiet. Oh how awesome the day will be. I'm hanging on for it. Anyway who knows anything about me knows that as equal a party animal I can be, is also how much solitude I need. When I don't get it for a while, I feel like the walls are caving in.

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