Here's my running tab of ominous and not-so-ominous signs:
- I am going to use the grill tonight to make hamburgers!
- I no longer need to revise chapter 4, which is my worst chapter, by the way.
- Tomorrow is Friday
- I'm mailing a bunch more stuff that should've been mailed ages ago.
- I had the world's shortest flip-out yesterday. Go me!
- The French is coming along swimmingly. Go lengthy exposure to the language and a Francophone wife!
- Someone very talented and speedy offered to fill in for someone else in what we call chez nous The Round Robin from Hades. It might get wrapped up before I defend!
- I cannot find my extra pack of printer paper.
- I no longer need to revise chapter 4 because it's going in the garbage (or it will be after I talk to my advisor this afternoon. She doesn't believe me, but let me tell you something, I'm the expert and I say it goes in the trash).
- I need to rewrite chapter four (see above).
- I am exhausted.
- I have to go to the main library today (and tomorrow).
Sometimes the best part of making a long climb up a steep hill isn't the view at the top -- it's the blast you can have speeding down the other side! Keep that in mind when the ending of a process or attainment of a goal will signal a long period of fun, relaxing and fast-paced joy. You can toss your cares a side, take your hands off the handlebars and let out a nice loud 'Wheeeeeee!' to let the world know that you're loving where you are right now.
Only six more months.
How's everyone else doing these days?