Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Efficiency, or not...

So, I am not making a lot of headway on my report card comments. Why, you may ask? Well, it's very simple.

1.  I didn't get up until 9:00 this morning. (Decadent! Plus, my daughter had climbed in with us in the middle of the night and was sleeping across me and I didn't want to wake her up.)

2.  I talked to my sister at least 4 times already today. (We love checking in a gazillion times a day when I'm on a break!).

3. I talked to one of my friends who has just had a baby and we needed to discuss the sleeping habits of both of her girls. (And also work out the details of their visit over Easter.)

4. I took the little kids out to lunch today since my oldest was over at a friend's house. (They were going stir-crazy after 4 days of being sick on the couch. Yay for antibiotics!)

5.  Working on a computer with Internet access is more than a little distracting to me. (There was waaaay more time than necessary spent checking on the blogs I frequent!)

So, I am going to finish this up and try to make myself write some more comments. Oh, except, I just heard the garage, which means my husband is home (he is working this week), and maybe we should just chat a little bit first...


  1. I feel the exact same way when deciding among a) doing work/being productive b) blogging, which is really fun c) sleeping or d) purposefully getting myself distracted so I can procrastinate a bit longer. It's a constant battle between the rational side of my brain and the side that wants to push things off for just one more day........

  2. Glad thing are looking up today!

  3. You found time to stay connected to the people you love...the report card comments will get done.

  4. Chat chat chat with your husband! You are on your break! Seriously, I feel the same way. I'm on my spring break this week and my schoolbag is calling out to me. I am trying not to listen because I'm on break!

  5. My cards are due on Wednesday and I'm in a panic. I dread what this weekend is going to look like this.

  6. Isn't it funny that there's always something more interesting to do than work on progress reports. I need to start working on mine this weekend.
    I hope you're enjoying your break- kinda stinks that you have report cards to work on- I'm very jealous of your ability to sleep in. I could've used that this morning!

  7. Sounds like you are on vacation??? So that means there should be sometime for going out to lunch and reading blogs and talking to family and friends. The report cards will still be there…Enjoy your break!