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Posted on Thursday 11 April 2013 at 10:13 am

Today is NOT a Day for Working

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I cannot seem to get going this morning. I rolled out of bed a little later than usual, but only by maybe 15 or 20 minutes. I didn't get out of the house until about an hour later than my preferred time. I've now been at the library for an hour and all I've accomplished is opening the book of sources with which I'm currently working and opening Word and Scrivener for taking my notes. These things should have taken less than 2 minutes. I'm not even sure what I've been doing with that hour otherwise because I haven't been browsing the internet or anything like that. I think I've just been moving that slowly and staring into space some, maybe. *sigh* This is not promising.

I wonder if part of the problem is that I have friends over on Wednesday evenings to watch TV (currently the latest Doctor Who episodes) and hang out so I almost always get to bed later than usual on Wednesdays. But I don't remember recent Thursdays being quite as bad as today. I'm also going to DC for the weekend for no particular reason so I'm taking tomorrow off to drive up there. Maybe the fake Friday vibe that is giving today is making it harder to concentrate? I don't know. Whatever it is, I need to get over it and focus or I should have just stayed home and not even bothered hauling my butt to the library. Somebody yell at me and tell me to work.

Also, due to the DC trip, the BBC Radio post I typically put up on Sunday mornings will almost certainly be delayed. I might go ahead and skim the upcoming week's schedule and get a post up of what I'll be downloading later today (would that wake up my brain so I could work after or just be an excuse to keep not working?), but the write-ups on what I've listened to the past week will have to wait until I'm back so maybe just later Sunday than usual or maybe not until Monday afternoon.
Feeling: groggy
Exploring: Office at the Library
Listening: America - Sandman

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