Eurydice (eurydice72) wrote,
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The non-AI part of my day

Man, what an unproductive, icky day. Two hours this morning watching an awards assembly at the kids school. Home to a quiet house with a starving tummy because I hadn't had any food or caffeine before going to the school. Then back to the school two hours later to pick up the kids, wait there for an hour before going back home again. Home with mine and two others for an hour before the friends got picked up. Then four hours at the ball field freezing to death and watching Alex's team lose.

I was in a foul, foul mood by the time we left. I wrote a whopping 750 words today, but probably won't get more done because I'm tired. Tomorrow I have to write my LAS entry so I get that in on time, and I don't even want to think about my big bang right now. And original stuff? Um, yeah, that's not happening very much lately. I had a solo commitment due on 6/1 that I've been stuck on for weeks, so I asked today if anybody could cover for me if I couldn't get it in. I'll find out tomorrow hopefully whether or not that'll happen. And JC stuff...well, I'm just trying not to think about that right now. It won't be a busy year for us, that's for sure.

Sometimes I wonder if it's time to call it quits completely when it comes to writing. I used to think it would be impossible to just stop, but...not so much lately. At least I have fic right now.
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