I was going to do posts the past couple of days, but on Wednesday I had to temp all day, finish up a translation project, then work until midnight to help the news folks report the election returns (the Illinois Primary). So I ended up working a 16-hour day. Yesterday was Recovery Day, so I took a very long walk (over seven miles) from Lincoln Square to downtown. I walked along the lake and was one of maybe 10 people who had bundled up enough to enjoy the 35-degree "spring" weather. I was understandably tired when I got home, because of the walking and shopping/browsing breaks I took, so I ended up watching some DS9 reruns and went to bed--forgetting to do a post about "Common Mistakes from Chinese Speakers" that a Chinese guy gave me. Right now I don't have time to type them up because I have to read stuff on-air for CRIS radio.
And today will be another example of what I predicted: Snow in Spring. I think Chicago springs average just two weeks.
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Sounds like you have been busy. Hopefully you are taking good care of yourself. Enjoy the weekend:)
I worked all day on Saturday too--from 7:30 am to 10:30 pm. But it's a lot better than working at home! (I did a post about it a while ago, how I was starting to really hate it.)
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