So the work-at-home gig is going well. I haven’t actually worked in the nude yet, although I do spend most of the day in my pajamas. The most unexpected thing about this new arrangement is the fact that I feel slightly guilty about it. I know I’m doing the work correctly, but it just seems too easy; too relaxed. I keep thinking how odd it is that I’m actually being paid for it.
I just came from turning in my work for the week, and my boss was very pleased. She was impressed with the quantity as well as the quality of my work. I reckon I’ll adjust, as long as that keeps happening and they keep paying me.
Lately, my bus rides have been uneventful, for the most part. I haven’t left anymore valuables behind, and I haven’t been verbally assaulted by anymore drivers. I did have to endure the rantings of a street preacher while waiting at a bus stop a couple of weeks ago. And on the way back from the office today, there was a woman on the bus who kept singing hymns quite loudly, quoting bible verses, and talking to herself about Jesus and the devil. But, hey… we all have our faults, right?
I’m taking the day off from work because I have a lot to do around the house. (I do love this flex time thing.) Besides catching up on the usual cleaning, I need to clear out a couple of drawers, and rearrange a few things. I’m having a house guest for the next three weeks, and since he’s traveling such a long distance (all the way from England) the least I could do is have the house clean and make room for him. He’ll leave tonight and arrive tomorrow.
Did I mention that this house guest is the love of my life and has been for the past seven years? No, I suppose I didn’t. Well, now you know. He’s also the brilliant author of The Odd Blog. You can see his gorgeous picture over there in Recent Comments, at least until it gets bumped off by my adoring fans who can’t wait to post comments… oh wait, I had myself confused with someone else for just a second. Anyway, the gorgeous hunk I’m talking about is Mike.
OK, I’m off to start cleaning, and plan a wedding. Oh… I guess I forgot to mention that as well, huh?
Tra la la… Life is grand!