Calendar Girl

It seem a number of people either in real life or here among slicers are all talking about their schedules. With St. Paddy’s Day on Saturday and a birthday celebration on Sunday, I figure I should take a look at mine.

Now, everyone who knows well enough knows – I make no promises to attend anything without consulting my calendar first. Especially after the fiasco a few years back where I did not just double, but triple booked myself for events within the same five-hour time frame. I am very conscientious of managing my time better now.

That being said, I realize now that I have something planned for the next seven weekends and a smattering of weekday events tossed in for good measure. Between birthday parties, a house-warming, movies, Paint Nites, concerts and art galleries and The 24 Hour Project and brunches and friends visiting and posting slices… and… and… and…

And yeah, I’m now exhausted just looking at my calendar.

And yeah, I wouldn’t have it any other way.

(See you April 7th GirlGriot!)

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3 thoughts on “Calendar Girl

  1. Oh, I have had months like that. It is exhausting to think about, yes. I also don’t book without consulting my calendar. My motto is “If it isn’t on the calendar, it doesn’t exist.”

  2. How well I can relate to this. Even though it is hectic, I would rather be busy than not. Of course, being retired means on days that are open I can just crash and vegetate. Sometimes I do just that.

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