seven days a week
Honestly, though, I have been quite busy. Right now, I'm working seven days a week.Typically, our office finishes anywhere between 20 to 60 documents a day. Last week, however, we ended up sending 120 things to the printer. The amount of thinking that went into creating that many reams of paper was exhausting. And yet, we still have around 400 documents to finish before the General Assembly convenes next week. Busy, busy, busy indeed.
Earlier this evening, I went to the state library and met with the founder of Historic Indianapolis, a website for which I will be contributing starting later this month! I'll share with you later the photos and information I find but, for now, know that I had an excellent day: I handled both microfilm and card catalogs (a satisfying thing to do, especially since I just finished rereading "The Historian").
And, of course, the other things: the purchasing of a film camera (finally, if I can decide on which one), the redesigning of the blog. Things I need to share with you--my job, my 2012. A possibility of a monthly feature that mimics the activities of the two cities I both call "home"--Indy and Omaha. The keeping up with friends. The hanging of photos in my apartment, the cooking of new meals. Walks in the neighborhood. Brewery tours with the fiance and one of his oldest friends. Weekends planned with mine. Late night phone calls and Skype dates.
Sometimes, friends, you just need to choose laughter and coincidences over this webbed world.
I'll see you soon.