Do you ever worry that you made a horrible mistake? Of course, this is after the error has been made -- in my case, several hours later -- and you think that you have successfully resolved the problem (perhaps potential problem is what I should call it) and later it just strikes me that maybe it wasn't such a good idea to say what I said. I know this makes no sense -- it's all work-related (as the all my problems that I write about are generally) and I don't want to say too much. It's just that I was honest about things and I'm worried now -- at eleven thirty p.m. that being honest was perhaps a bad idea, even if I did put a little spin on it at the end. I don't know.
It might also be that I'm overtired. I haven't been getting the right amount of sleep lately, and it's catching up with me.
I believe that Blogger ate half of my post, so I'm trying to recreate it. Damn you, Blogger!!!
I have come up with a brilliant slogan to put on a T-shirt. Drumroll please -- midwest girl. Why I didn't think of it earlier, I don't know, but I was pretty creative a few years ago. And then all my blog readers will really know what I am referring to and everyone else would think that I was referring to the fact that I'm from the glorious, glorious Midwest. (The kickin'-est place on the planet.) But the real question is T-shirt vs. sweatshirt. I think I'd wear a T-shirt more often, so that would probably be the best idea. Plus I like dressing down on the weekends. I feel as though I dress up enough for work that I can be allowed to wear T-shirts and jeans on weekends. Except for church, of course. I mean, I like to look presentable, but I do also enjoy wearing T-shirts. They're pretty comfortable!
Well, this was quite a lovely distraction. I'm sure all will be well in the end.