Last Sunday I came down with the flu. It knocked me on my bum for a few days before I went back to work. Wednesday I went to work and came home feeling wrung out. My normal schedule is busy. I work my day job and come home and do either crocheting while listening to audio books or writing. This last week I’ve done nothing.
Ken goes to bed early, normally I pick up something and work on it. This week, I’ve done nothing more than watch HGTV. Now I’ve enjoyed Property Brothers and Income Property and a couple of other shows. Last night I realized how bored I was just sitting in my recliner and watching tv. Friday night I called different people to chat but they were busy. I realized the reason I was reaching out was because I’d accomplished NOTHING all week.
Yesterday was a busy day with grocery shopping and taxes. It was a frustrating day working on taxes but they are done and hopefully I won’t have to think about them for another year. Ken and I were wiped out after doing our taxes. We watched Babylon 5 and the new Librarians show. Both were enjoyable but by the time he went to bed I was restless.
This morning my plan was to get up and hit the computer with production of a short story. Unfortunately, I woke up with a leg that decided it wanted to be cranky. I’ve spent the last hour and half checking emails, playing on pinterest, and now writing this blog. In that time, the Tylenol has had a chance to go to work and ease some of the issues I was having. I’ll be hitting the other computer to work on production today.
I’ve got a long list of things I want to get done today – production of short story, three manuscripts to edit, crocheting to do, and more. I know I won’t get through all of it but I will make a start on it.
It hasn’t been a completely unproductive week. I upgraded my cell phone to a smart phone and this week I’ve gotten to know something of what the thing can do – I like some of it and most of it I don’t care about. I’ve rested and recuperated which I obviously needed. Now though my brain is crying out for more to do than watch tv. It’s time for progress to be made on other things than the recovery from the flu.