Friday, December 11, 2009

Keeping Busy

My very part time job has, like Topsy, "just growed" to become an almost full -time job.

Blog posting has been sporadic, for which I apologise.

Complications have arisen with regard to settling my brother's affairs, which I now have to undertake, which is likely to take some considerable time and effort on my part.

We have all the pre-Christmas mayhem of the young ones' school concerts to try to fit in  next week.  It will be fun trying to be in two places at once.......

I have only bought a handful of presents so far. I have never ever been this disorganised for Christmas :-(

 I am still waiting to be paid, which does rather impede my ability to spend money as I refuse to get things on credit card ...........

I haven't even begun to edit my NaNo novel  yet, which I was hoping to have finalised by now.

And I had to give a formal witness statement regarding an accident which I witnessed a few weeks ago.

I fervently hope life becomes a little calmer fairly soon. 

I am really tired and wish I could hibernate for a few weeks, LOL.
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elizabeth said...

wow. I am suprised and concerned to hear you have yet to be paid for your work - you've been working a while. Hope this sorts it self out and that you can be assertive in the manner needed.


DebD said...

I'm behind on my Christmas shopping too. It has been difficult to keep up on things this year.

I surely hope your pay comes through!

Dave said...

I understand about the pay thing, as Kelly has been working at her school since June, didn't get paid for September until November (and then not the right amount) and only just received her contract from the Local Authority in the post.

thegeekywife said...

It's outrageous how payroll accounts can be.

I too wish I could hibernate.

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