Today I Will Work….

In Uncategorized on March 28, 2013 at 8:44 am

Me Treated

Today I will work.  For a change I feel pretty darn good. It’s hard for me to sit at the computer on my good days because there is so much I want to do out in the world. Like walk with my grandson down to the lake. Have lunch with a friend. Go to the mall with my daughter. Breathe fresh air.

But today I will work. I have some assignments to finish up and research to delve into for a couple of projects I am working on.

I think I am going to start a series of blogs on building an online brand image. That should keep me busy. I also am starting an article for kids on bees.

Today I will work. I hope to get enough accomplished that I can enjoy the afternoon without guilt. I think I will make sure to make the time to take my grandson for that walk. I can use a dose of looking at the world through his two year old eyes.

Now I will work.

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