Sunday, November 29, 2009

Too tired to post but will anyway...

And hopefully I won't regret this later.

Spent Fri/Sat/Sun a.m. in the big city with my female kidlet and someone I've been close friends with since grade 2 (we were besties in High School). For those of you who do math, that's about 40 some-odd years of friendship.

(Being the introvert I am, I don't have a lot of friends but those I have, I KEEP. So be warned, if I ever do call you a close friend, it's a life sentence.)

We shopped, we ate, we walked and walked and walked and walked. 15K on Saturday alone. I shudder to think of the kilometers we logged at the One of a Kind Show on Friday. I don't have the stats 'cos CJ wasn't wearing her pedometer then. Too bad. We saw a movie, The Blind Side. CJ and I let the Jemster pick it out. Good call. We all enjoyed it, even if it was formulaic. Then went back to CJ's condo after supper and continued the Sandra Bullock film festival (after decompressing in the hot tub) by watching The Proposal. Damn, that woman looks good! Sandra Bullock's trainer: CALL ME, OK?

I bought another book on Time Management (er...Action Management), Getting Things Done. Now to find time to read it. And apply it. So I don't spend any more glorious weekends like this wondering if I made a mistake by not cancelling and getting caught up at the office instead. I may have made a mistake but I won't regret it. Nope, not ever.


  1. Sounds like a fun weekend!

    But what's this I hear about you going in to work on Sunday?!

    I could have lent you my copy of GTD if I'd known you were on the lookout for it... it's not exactly being overused right now. ^_~ I really should finish reading it at some point. o_0

  2. I didn't know I was on the lookout for it until an opportunity came up to pop into Chapters while waiting for the movie to start. I went to a time management seminar last week and it was in the Recommended Reading section of the pamphlet....I'd been meaning to read it for a while now (I've been subscribing to his e-newsletter for over a year) and suddenly the universe seemed to be pointing me there.