Eurydice (eurydice72) wrote,

Limbo land

My meeting was not as bad as I thought. Technically, I'm still employed. However, being low man on the totem pole, I will not be going back to work until we are more fully open. They're going to be doing front door service in the next week or two, then stage 2 is 25% capacity. However, we have a small library. 25% for us is 18 people, so no, they won't be letting us come back for that, either. Especially since they're going to have to social distance which means only one person behind the desk, only one person in the office at one time, and another someplace else away from the stacks.

But. Technically, I'm still employed. There's no saying that won't change in the future, so we'll see. But I'll gladly take the slight reprieve.

I did not, however, call the doctor about the ovarian pain. It woke me up at 5am, but I only had a couple twinges all day, so I didn't bother. I'm going to just monitor it and see what happens. Maybe it's just because I'm ovulating. Who knows? But if it's not painful, I'm not going to bug someone for an ultrasound. I felt well enough to get into the pool for an hour tonight, too. I desperately needed it.

So knowing what I know now about the library, I need to buckle down and come up with a real plan of what I'm going to do to occupy my time. No more school stuff to distract me. No more kind of skating by in limbo. It would be nice to actually be productive now.

  • Writing and Blacklist

    I had this window to post last night and then somehow forgot about it. That's pretty indicative of my mindset these days. I'm so overwhelmed by what…

  • Breast cancer charity anthology

    I've been crazy busy this week, hence the lack of posting. I don't post about my original stuff very much here, but since this is organized by the…

  • Is it really Wednesday?

    I got out of starting my new story yesterday because a galley showed up in my mailbox. I've never been so relieved for an editing distraction, lol. I…

  • Post a new comment


    default userpic

    Your reply will be screened

    When you submit the form an invisible reCAPTCHA check will be performed.
    You must follow the Privacy Policy and Google Terms of use.
  • 1 comment