7 Responses to “The double duty post”

  1. Jaci Burton February 19, 2008 at 12:32 AM #

    Awwww….you made me all sniffly. Thank you Angie. I love you.


    Jaci Burton’s last blog post..Today Is My Birthday!!!!

  2. Jen February 19, 2008 at 9:30 AM #

    I’m pretty sure that could qualify as a triple-duty post.

    Sorry you’re having such a tough time of it.

  3. Dawn February 19, 2008 at 5:39 PM #

    *hugs* Those are hard days. The ones where nothing gets done b/c of the overwhelming need to get everything done.

    Relax, destress, drink a beer or a glass of wine if you’re so inclined. Decompressing is an important part of a woman’s sanity. Or you can always do what I do, finish a crazy craft project for the night.

    Usually a good night’s sleep helps me be clearer the next day. *hugs*

    Dawn’s last blog post..Davin’s Quest

  4. Ember February 20, 2008 at 10:10 AM #

    Hope your Tuesday was better than your Monday.

    I swear by David Seah’s “Task Progress Tracker” to keep me on track. I had too many days where I skipped from one project to another, never finishing any of them. Now, not saying I don’t still have those days sometimes – but at least I can see where I spent my time, and have a place to write down those “Oh I need to do this” jobs so I don’t abandon the one I’m already on.

    Ember’s last blog post..A deeper eReader love

  5. Lesley February 20, 2008 at 2:20 PM #

    Sounds like you need a bubble bath and a nice completely un-work-related book!

  6. Annie February 21, 2008 at 1:49 PM #

    Hope you’re getting caught up on everything! Now I have to run over to Jaci’s blog to wish her a belated happy birthday!

  7. Erin February 25, 2008 at 1:36 AM #

    *sniff, sniff*

    I guess I should be glad I didn’t see this post until AFTER my move… but it’s still just as sad, even after the fact.

    I already miss you guys, Angie. And I literally keep you close to my heart (thanks to my new locket!).

    I’ll be back to visit before you know it. And Justin won’t know what hit him (hey, he owes me a Johnny Cash song, doesn’t he?!?!? :blues: )

    Erin’s last blog post..Needed a fix…

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