The Day That Never Ends…

So I don’t know if it’s the time change or what, but today has seemed completely unending. As I sit here, it’s only seven in the evening yet I swear it feels as thought it’s ten or eleven at the very least. Maybe it’s because of all I’ve gotten done today. In addition to my usual tidying, I managed to put away a mountain of laundry, sweep the floors, clear the counters, and scrub the counters, washer, dryer, and stove. I have read a good four chapters in the book I’m current reading (Aimee and The Bear by Toby Stone). I have also written somewhere between 2K and 3K in my NaNoWriMo project. I have run my errands, baked a cake, eaten supper, eaten cake, and taken a shower. I spent a bit of quality time with my husband and daughter, entertained a guest for about half an hour or so, and proceeded to clean the kitchen a second time. I have also spent around an hour marketing, updated the sidebar of my blog (feel free to check it out), and researched for my daughter’s holiday dance recital costume. I think I did more, but I don’t remember it. At least 80-85% of this was done prior to four o’clock. I’m exhausted, and I was just wondering: does anyone else feel like this is the day that never ends?

On the bright side, I am getting a lot done. Still to go before bed is getting my daughter  a bath, finishing the last two loads of laundry (laundry never ends in this house) and trying to tidy up my living room and dining room again. I’m also hoping to get one writing sprint in and another chapter or two read in the book I’m currently reading. I’m desperately trying to get caught up on reviews for the blog and fear I might not be caught up for at least another three or four months. *sigh* Ah, well, I’ve ceased accepting request for the moment (except for a few exceptions, of course). That should help me to get caught up. 🙂

I’m rambling, but to make a long story short: am I the only who feels like this day is never ending? Or are you out there feeling it too?


2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Carol Brill
    Nov 06, 2013 @ 06:49:19

    I hear you. When we “fall back,” it’s easy to set the clock back an hour, but my body lags behind and the end of the day seems out of reach.


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