This week it's back to the normal
drudgery routine that is my life.
Which means a return to the paying job, also known as work.
Since I've been away for a week and because this particular week at work is one of the busiest, there won't be many new pictures here unless I scrape the bottom of the barrel.
Before I do that, I am recycling some old ones of the Milford Haven area.
Today I awoke at 5:15 (a most horrific shock after sleeping in until 8 or 8:30 most days last week), drove 102 miles round trip to work where I clocked 9.5 hours with no break and barely any food. The house is a wreck, the yard is overgrown, the laundry is piling up, the dog has some sort of skin issue causing him to shed tumbleweeds, and I'm supposed to be training for a half marathon in my "spare time." Ha!
Also, I need to be seeking out additional ways to earn an income, a fact I've been neglecting for some time. (If anyone is looking for part-time help that does not involve a drive over the Coleman Bridge, let me know. Or I could just follow through on the thousands of ideas I have. Far, far easier said than done.)
It's hard to believe the difference between this week and last, but I am grateful for last week's respite from the day to day responsibilities.
The whining portion of this blog post is now officially over.
Thank goodness the first day of the
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