update (otherwise known as procrastinating)

I am almost finished with the paperwork (Is it still called paperwork if it is all electronic? Are they still papers if you never print them?) required for my last doctoral class. I have a system that works well for me most of the time: sit on the end of the couch closest to the lamp, prop feet up on coffee table, use the rest of the couch as a desk, strategically place reference books on the floor, and, turn on tv.

I managed to crank out some serious verbiage today with this system.

But it’s quite humid here and The Entertainer is having a smidge trouble breathing so she planted herself on the other end of the couch for a breathing treatment. She then had the audacity to fall asleep! Nevermind that it was already well past her bedtime — she’s on MY DESK SPACE!!!

I’m gonna have to move my system to my bed. Where I may very well fall asleep, instead of cranking out the last bit of required verbiage.

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About Sarah The Vicar of Hogsmeade

I'm an United Methodist clergywoman with two daughters. I read. I geocache. I look for excuses to laugh. My Ph.D. is on Clergywomen and Grief.
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3 Responses to update (otherwise known as procrastinating)

  1. Songbird says:

    Did you sleep?I use the couch that way, too, though for sermons there is less in the way of needed desk space.

  2. well typically the dog hogs our couch, & hubhc sprawls there too. verbiage… oh yeah guess i better get some before Sunday. but you’ve had tons more to write than just a sermon… eek!

  3. ElastiGirl says:

    hope it all went together OK and is done… catching up with your posts – sounds like you could use another RGBE for recuperation…

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