The weather this summer was, to use the technical term, sucky. For every decent, comfortable day we had two days of either rain or hot and sometimes both. There weren't as many sit on the front/back porch and enjoy my coffee moments like last year. On top of that, it wasn't always possible to let the kids spend time in the backyard burning off energy.
With the weather so sucky, It was hard to get anything done around the house. As I've said before to get things done around here, I need the intersection of appropriate weather, daylight, energy and my kids NOT being here. I was often in short supply of three-fourths of those items.
Though I consider it done, I still have to touch up the porch somewhat. I want to install the quarter rounds and I really should paint those lattices.
This summer I sold a few things using Letgo and Facebook Marketplace. Yesterday I even bought something. Nightingale wasn't sure when I showed it to her but she declared it a good buy once she sat in it. The kids also like it, especially Natasha because she can get all cozy in it.
When I only WFH on Fridays, if I didn't get some project done, I had to wait a week. Since moving to 100% WFH, if I don't get to it on Monday, I can try again on Tuesday. or Wednesday. etc.
Tomorrow I have to go into the office for the first time in a month and the second time since Memorial Day. Our director is in for something and he wants to meet me in person. I'm not sure what to expect.
I have to admit, this week and two weeks ago have been my best weeks at Big Audit Firm. It's no coincidence it is because my colleague is out on PTO.
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