Mondays. OMG, shoot me now. First, there’s the whole Monday thing. I mean, it’s not Monday’s fault that it’s the day you have to go back to work, but that doesn’t make it any better.
Now really it wouldn’t matter what day of the week today fell on. Whatever day I have Boy Scouts is going to be crazy. Depending on the week, I get home either 20 minutes before I have to leave for Scouts, or 10 minutes after it starts. Awesome planning, I know.
Then, I’m in Scouts supposedly until 8, but let’s be real. If I’m home by 8:45 it’s a good night. At which point I have to write the blog. Except tonight I’m not paying attention to Scouts because I have to do work on my resume and cover letters. And pay bills because somehow I got behind on my things to do last night.
Now, I tried to work on the cover letters on the way to work (vanpool people, I’m not driving), but I couldn’t focus this morning. Monday, remember? And oddly, half of the text in the job description was cut off, so I couldn’t make heads or tails of it. Then I was going to do it on the way home, but vertigo stopped that completely. Imagine having vertigo while you’re on a Disney teacup and you’ve got my ride home.
OK, I’m done whining, but I have no real subject for today’s blog beyond Mondays should be illegal.
If anyone wants to help me make my resume stellar and write some cover letters, I’m accepting that help tonight. Which is just sad for a writer, but I don’t like to talk about myself. Which makes sounding fantastic on paper really hard.
Almost has painful as Linux. Or not. But not what I want to do after a long day at work and with the room spinning…