Wednesday, January 02, 2008

A New Routine


That's the first word I uttered this morning. You see, I had a whole eleven days off of work, because it shuts down for non-essential personnel over the holidays. I know that people out there (Mark...) are saying that there's no WAY I should be complaining. However, I have to wake up at 5:00 am to catch a bus at 5:30 am to ride an hour to work. When you've been used to getting up at 8:30 am and going to bed at 11:00 pm over the holidays, "Blargh" is exactly the response that is appropriate.

Plus, it is my blog, so I can whine if I want. Anyone have some nice cheese?

I had a point here somewhere...

ANYWAY, I just wanted to discuss a little bit of change around here. Since my work has me prisoner away for almost 12 hours Monday through Thursday, I would try to do all my blogging during lunch or before the work day officially started. It served me well all year.

Except for the fact that I got in trouble.

It seems that the government frowns on using the internet on their time, and my computer got picked up on a random scan. I will confess to being a net addict, and I know I abused the "check your email at lunch" provision. So I am duly chastised. Unfortunately this changes how I'll do my blog.

This is actually a good thing, because I really do use the net too much. (This may come as a shock to many of you out there that this can happen) The nice thing about using it at work is that I tended to stay away from the computer on work nights and focus on my family. I don't intend to change this for the most part. This means that my blogging will shift from Mon - Thurs on average to Thurs - Sun. Or somesuch.

I still plan on being part of blog tours, but I hope my blogging friends will forgive me if I'm not "around" as much. I do count so many of y'all as true friends, and I will miss hanging out on the web as much. I think this may be a God thing though. If that works out, I'll report on it more later.

See you around!

1 comment:

  1. I like the way my group handles the internet at work. As long as you're doing your assigned tasks, getting them completed before your deadlines and in a quality manner, we're not going to complain about you checking your email for 5 minutes. It's nice to have common sense in play.